Imaginary television weather forecasts predicted floods, storms and searing heat from Arizona to Zambia within four decades, as part of a United Nations campaign on Monday to draw attention to a U.N.
Rich nations have moral duty to help island nations as climate change shifts weather patterns, says World Bank envoy
Peter Hannam Small island nations, particularly those in the Pacific, are already experiencing ''extreme effects'' from global warming, and rich nations including Australia have a ''moral responsibility'' to help...
Peter Hannam Sydney commuters can expect another soggy journey home as the remnants of an east coast low continue to bucket coastal regions of the state.
Patrick Begley Sydney's rain is set to continue this week, with showers predicted Monday to Friday.
Megan Levy Sydneysiders have been warned to brace themselves for days of wild weather, with heavy rain striking the metropolitan area during the morning peak followed by an afternoon of damaging winds.
Alexandra Back, Sophia Phan Wet weather and strong winds could make the impending commute home one of the more unpleasant journeys this year.
Peter Hannam Parts of Sydney and a swathe of south-eastern NSW continue to mop up after the region's most significant rainfall event in at least a year, and more wild weather is possible later in the week.
Megan Levy Sydneysiders still drying out from Monday's deluge can expect another soggy and windy start today, but there is the prospect of a little sun on the horizon by the afternoon.
Peter Hannam The threat of an El Nino weather event is receding with atmospheric conditions over the Pacific largely failing to respond to warming ocean waters, the Bureau of Meteorology.
Peter Hannam Sydney basked in its warmest July weather in almost a quarter of a century on Thursday, with the city enjoying conditions more like late-spring rather than mid-winter, meteorologists say.
Peter Hannam Sydney’s run of above-average warmth will be broken on Saturday - but only briefly before temperatures start picking up again.
Peter Hannam Residents across south-eastern Australia are loading up the woolies to cope with another unusually brisk morning.
Peter Hannam Last month was a scorcher for global temperatures, with warmth over land and sea breaking records for June while sea-surface temperatures posted their largest departure from long-term averages for...
Surf and snow coaxed a few surprise guests out of hibernation on Sunday.
Rose Powell The State Emergency Service has already received more than 800 calls for assistance, as a strong cold front sweeps into Sydney.
Amy McNeilage Don’t be deceived if you take a peek out the window at Sydney this week.
The baseline for "normal" weather used by everyone from farmers to governments to plan ahead needs to be updated more frequently to account for the big shifts caused by global warming, the UN's World...
Caroline Zielinski Melburnians should brace themselves for a week of blustery winds, storms and hail as winter sets in with a vengeance.
Michael Koziol Wind gusts of up to 110km/h an hour are expected in Sydney and the Blue Mountains today as a cold front moves through south-east Australia.
Peter Hannam The World Meteorological Organisation says it’s time to shift climate baselines because global warming is increasingly setting a new “normal” for weather conditions.