News

Sep 2014
01

Sunshine filtering through the high cloud will dissipate this morning. A strong cold front is crossing the southeast of the country, and will let a cold airmass settle over the alps tonight....
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Aug 2014
28

A strong high remains centred to our southeast, extending a ridge over the southeast of the country - bringing us a stretch of dry, warm and sunny weather....
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Aug 2014
26

An upper level trough is driving a low pressure system, located off the New South Wales coast - while a strong high sits to our southeast, extending a ridge over the southeast of the country....
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Aug 2014
25

A low pressure system is over central Bass Strait this morning (just south of Melbourne). This low will move northeastwards during the day, then dissipate this afternoon. Wet weather, in the form of showers and the risk of thunderstorms, is circling around the low - so some alpine areas have......
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Aug 2014
20

High pressure will dominate the southeast of the country for the rest of the week, ensuring another stretch of dry weather. Days will be warm and sunny, and cold nights are likely - but there is the risk of an inversion, keeping some alpine temperatures above zero overnight (as we......
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Aug 2014
18

A deep low pressure system moved out over the Tasman Sea overnight, but is making one final swing back towards the coast this morning. ...
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Aug 2014
13

A cold pool of air over the interior of the country is letting a trough develop over the eastern states. This has a feed of tropical moisture and will create widespread rain from Thursday....
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