Sydney has experienced a chilly start of the week after a southerly current arrived in town on Sunday ahead of the forecast week long of falls over the city.
Below are 8 simple steps to take now to prepare your home or property and minimise potential damage during a dangerous storm.
The combined effect of these four low-pressure systems is rainfall in various parts of the state and territory for the remaining part of the week through to early next week.
Heavy showers capable of causing flash flooding are expected to continue in Cape York Peninsula over the central regions of the Peninsula district.
As the system forms, heavy showers are forecast for the western parts of Cape York Peninsula for the rest of the week with possible 150 to 200mm expected each day for several days.
Despite being a Sunshine State, it’s not always bright with blue skies. There are times when nature dictates conditions and rain and storms show up. As such, we have prepared some helpful tips to get you prepared effectively for future storms and cyclones in Queensland.
Early forecasts seen by stormassist.com.au indicate that Melbourne, Sydney, Hobart, Brisbane and Darwin will be mostly cloudy with rainfall, as storms are forecast in some cities.
Queensland has returned a large air tanker borrowed from the New South Wales Rural Fire Service (NSWRFS) to support efforts geared towards combating the blaze which had burned for more than six weeks.
South Australia will experience the heatwave firsthand with weather conditions forecast to reach severe levels in various regions of Australia’s inland.
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.