Stephen Cauchi It's been a warm spring in Melbourne but – notwithstanding a hot spell next week – it's shaping up to be an average summer, according to weather forecasters.
Michael Green Starfish, cyclones, chemicals. If things continue the way they are, the Great Barrier Reef won't be great for much longer.
Wild weather hits News South Wales, with mini tornado's damaging buildings and freak waterspouts seen off the coast.
Natasha Wallace A group of school campers were rescued after dangerously high Nepean river levels threatened to trap them after ferocious storms lashed Sydney overnight.
Peter Hannam Australia will face fiercer El Nino weather patterns - causing severe drought - as a result of human-induced global warming, world-first research led by Sydney scientists has shown.
Sarah Whyte and Lucy Carroll Sydney's weather has broken another record.
Nicole Hasham, Amanda Hoh, Sarah Whyte Wild weather and drenching rain lashed the state on Monday, while a tornado' ripped through Hornsby, damaging buildings and injuring at least eight people, and freak waterspouts were spotted off the...
Hamish Boland-Rudder Look out tomato growers - Canberra could be heading for a rare, potentially record-breaking frost on Melbourne Cup Day, after an October of extremes.
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.
Hamish Boland-Rudder Strong winds fanned a number of bushfires around the region and prompted a police warning about dangerous road conditions after a motorcyclist was killed in a crash on Sunday.
Peter Hannam November is shaping up to be another unusually warm month, with the heat, a lack of rain and the prospect of more bouts of windy weather likely to keep NSW's fire-fighting resources stretched.
Thomas O'Byrne It might have been an uncomfortably warm Melbourne morning, but the weather bureau has warned those frocking up for Oaks Day to expected cooler temperatures and late showers.
Rachel Browne It was a slow crawl home for Sydney commuters on Monday with wet weather and flooded roads bringing traffic to a standstill across a wide area of Sydney.
Peter Hannam Firefighters and residents in fire-hit regions of the Blue Mountains and southern highlands will have to contend with variable winds and possible thunderstorms on Tuesday ahead of worsening...
Firefighters and residents in the Blue Mountains and southern highlands will have to contend with worsening weather conditions over the next couple of days.
Megan Levy Strong wind gusts of up to 100km/h are fanning large bushfires already burning across parts of NSW, while new blazes are breaking out in the afternoon's deteriorating conditions.
Nick Toscano Unseasonable snowfall is forecast for the mountains around Melbourne on Thursday morning in what the weather bureau has called a 'good burst of winter' in the middle of spring.
Peter Hannam, Emma Partridge It really has been an October like no other for residents around Sydney.
Peter Hannam This spring's abnormal weather patterns have taken a toll on the state's agricultural sector with rare outbreaks of so-called “black frost” costing millions of dollars in lost produce.
A severe storm has ripped across Britain and onto mainland Europe, with UK and Germany hit the hardest.