Henry Belot Warm afternoon comes before one the coldest fronts to cross the territory since spring.
Peter Hannam Much of Australia has been basking in an exceptionally lengthy last-autumn warm spell that has set records in a wide arc from Brisbane to Adelaide, the Bureau of Meteorology said.
Manuel Mitternacht Heavy rain storms swept over the Sydney basin and from the mid-central coast down to Kiama on Saturday afternoon.
Adrian Lowe and Stephen Cauchi Winds and humidity push the apparent temperature below freezing in the CBD and northern suburbs.
Jessica Wright As commuters make their way into work this morning, they would be forgiven for thinking they had been temporarily transported to more southern climes - like Antarctica.
Tom McIlroy Canberra's wet weather is set to continue for the rest of Monday, with forecasters predicting another 5 to 10 millimeters.
Ian Warden On these bitterly frosty mornings the shuddering humans of Canberra and region might envy the alpacas and llamas of Glynda Bluhm's Alpaca Magic property near Sutton.
Hamish Boland-Rudder It’s hot then it’s cold, it’s wet then it snows. Or at least that’s what the current forecast predicts for Canberra and the surrounding region over the weekend and into early next week.
Peter Hannam Moderating winds are likely to see the threat from bushfires recede over coming days before another day of danger next Tuesday, forecasters say.
Deborah Gough Just 17 days from summer and Melbourne is awash with rain – cold rain.
A new look at NASA satellite data says the earth has set a new record for lowest temperature recorded.
Brittany Mitchell Today could be one of the last days to catch Floriade in the dry before the festival wraps up on Sunday.
David Wroe Ocean species that used to live off Sydney half a century ago now inhabit the Southern Ocean as climate change drives fish, plankton and microbes to colder waters, a scientific snapshot of marine...
New York temperatures plummeted and tension soared as petrol supplies continued to dwindle despite frantic efforts to bring in fuel.
Ben Cubby THE massive release of methane and other gases from the Arctic will make it tougher to meet human greenhouse gas cuts, but the scale of the problem will still be determined by how much fossil fuel is...
Adrian Lowe Sweltering one day, shivering the next - that's the prospect Melburnians face this weekend, continuing the city's up-and-down weather of the past fortnight.
Hamish Boland-Rudder While his younger sister Emily sat huddled up in the warm car, Matthew Bowers launched into the snow for the first time in his life and soon the snowballs were flying.
Larissa Nicholson There are black outs across Canberra today with high winds causing interuptions to electricity supply, mostly in the south of the city.
Annabel Ross Flowers are blossoming, birds are chirping, spring is in the air. Or is it?
Stephanie Gardiner BEFORE there was air conditioning Hay residents would hang sheets drenched in cold water on the line and stand underneath to enjoy the cool breeze.