BOM Weather Radar Shows Heatwave To Hit Eastern States After Rain And Storms

Queensland will be the most affected and residents are being warned of impending extreme weather with heavy storms, intense heatwave and high fire danger predicted.

Queenslanders Warned To Prepare For A Weekend Of Extreme Weather

Heavy thunderstorms are expected across most parts of the state tomorrow before high temperatures set in during the weekend.

‘Big risk’: Thunderstorm Asthma Warnings Amid Windy, Hot Weather

Melbourne is forecast to experience temperature peak of 30 degrees Celsius on Tuesday, with possible afternoon thunderstorms on the outskirts of western suburbs.

Severe Heat And Damaging Winds Spark Fires In South Australia

A grass fire happening at the Southern Expressway at Lonsdale has brought a heavy smoke haze that’s causing poor visibility for many drivers.

Perth Weather Turns Wet As Catastrophic Bushfire Risk Brought By Storm

The storm triggered a warning from the Department of Fire and Emergency Services advising people living in Western Australia’s southwest, Great Southern and South Coastal as well as in Central Wheatbelt and Lower West districts to take immediate steps to mitigate the risks.  

Perth Weather: Showers, Hail Smashes November Average

the current weather was synonymous with winter but not typical for this time of the year

Storms Lash Parts Of Queensland As Heatwave Comes To An End

Peak temperatures in Queensland ranged between 5-8 degrees Celsius above the average, as Ipswich hit 35 degrees Celsius with Mt Isa peaking at 40 degrees Celsius.

Line Of Storms Stretching Across Several States To Bring Wet Weather

Warm air tracking ahead of the trough will deliver a warm day for New South Wales as a high-pressured ridge keeps Queensland and southwest WA clear.

Catastrophe Declared In Queensland Over $50m Hail Damage

Very dangerous thunderstorms battered the southeastern parts of the state on Saturday, thrashing some areas with tennis ball-sized hailstones.

Severe Heatwave Could Break Record Temperatures In The Top End

After a really sweaty weekend with the sweltering temperatures hitting over 40 degrees Celsius in several parts of the Top End, it seems there’s no forthcoming relief in sight or signs of an impending wet season storms.