A Link Between Sharks and La Nina? Could It Be?

The latest shark attack in Port Macquarie earlier this week have left many wondering whether the changes in the watery climate had any impact on the behaviour and movement of sharks.

Queensland BOM Forecast Predicts Fast And Furious Thunderstorms

According to the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM), the thunderstorms could resemble the dangerous weather that caused damage to homes and ripped off roofs earlier this month in Springfield Lakes, southwest of Brisbane.

Could La Niña Cause A Crocodile Baby Boom? The Answer Is Yes!

According to the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM), the weather event is set to deliver more rainfall to Australia, generating perfect mating weather conditions for crocodiles.

More Cyclones Than Normal Likely For Queensland Due To La Niña

La Niña is a phenomenon triggered by strong winds tracking over equatorial oceans, stirring cold waters and causing sudden changes in on-land weather conditions.

Heatwave Conditions For NSW, South Australia And Western Australia

A trough stretching across the Northern Territory, northern Western Australia, Queensland and northeast of South Australia is bringing in rain and storms while sending heat to NSW and northern Victoria.

What Is a Polar Vortex? Everything You Need To Know?

When the low-pressure system is strong and vibrant, it makes the jet stream to continually travel around the Earth in a circular direction.

Weather Forecasts Update As Businesses Deal With Climate Catastrophes

The company, which earlier this year graduated from Y Combinator, has in recent months raised a whopping $2 million from Sound Ventures and Signia Venture Partners for its predictive software to businesses that need a reliable weatherman to accurately forecast which way the winds will blow.

Temperatures Soar To 40 Degrees In Western Sydney

Penrith is scorching with the hottest day in the western parts of the city

Brisbane And Sydney Brace for Heatwave As Strong Winds Lash States

NSW and Queensland are set to experience temps of up to 16 degrees and 14 degrees respectively on Monday and a low to severe heatwave expected to hit the eastern states.  

‘Unusual’ Antarctic Polar Vortex Could Mean Cold Wet Aussie Summer

According to meteorologists, the air over the Antarctica has hit record icy levels not typical with this time of the year