If you’re after rain we have great news on the seasonal weather front this week. Changes in both the Indian and Pacific Oceans increase the amount of moisture our weather systems will have to play with this spring and summer. And, there are growing signs that the dominant highs that blocked those weather systems from crossing the southeast are on their way out. 

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The current cold outbreak over the eastern states has one more chance to deliver snow to Queensland on Thursday morning, before th...
The next cold spell is about to begin (with snow heading for Queensland), but will it linger as long as the last one? Fresh off th...
The weather maps are showing quite a considerable part of the country in store for rain, with the potential for significant falls ...
The current cold outbreak over the eastern states has one more chance to deliver snow to Queensland on Thursday morning, before the cold pool moves away.
Get ready for the next cold spell with snow heading for QLD. Find out if it will linger like the last one and how it will impact the eastern states.
The weather maps are showing quite a considerable part of the country in store for rain, with the potential for significant falls in western Queensland, western NSW and northern SA - but they’re also showing the potential for handy rain in the southeast in the longer term too. 
The out of season rainfall in Queensland, mentioned here last Wednesday, has arrived. There is rain crossing the southeast, while the next huge system affects the southwest.. and the next big cold outbreak has appeared on the horizon.
In this seasonal update we look at the slow transition of the Pacific Ocean from El Nino to (potentially) La Nina, and try to decipher the very unclear Indian Ocean.
The lengthy cold spell really has settled in for the long haul. In the eastern states both maximum and minimum temperatures are generally running several degrees below the long term average for this time of year. You know it’s chilly when it stretches right up into Queensland with frosty mornings on the Darling Downs - but how much longer will it last?
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Last week's juicy northwest cloudband and east coast low delivered handy rain across a vast area of the country. In the next week we have yet another east coast low with significant rainfall, plus two southern rain systems.

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