The Weekly Times
Australian Summary: A deep low pressure trough is triggering thunderstorms in the southeast, severe in VIC and NSW. Breezy winds along the QLD coast is causing showers, heaviest in the central parts. Another trough in the west is causing areas of rain and a few storms in southern parts of WA.
Radar, Satellite, Synoptic
City Now Min Max AucklandMostly sunny 13°C 12°C 17°C BeijingSunny 13°C 11°C 22°C BrasiliaHazy 27°C 18°C 33°C Buenos AiresMostly cloudy 10°C 10°C 14°C Cape TownMostly sunny 18°C 9°C 19°C LagosPossible shower 30°C 23°C 30°C LondonSunny 15°C 10°C 14°C Los AngelesSunny 26°C 22°C 34°C City Now Min Max Mexico CityCloudy - 10°C 23°C MoscowSnow 4°C -2°C 4°C New DelhiMostly sunny - 21°C 36°C New YorkSunny 12°C 10°C 21°C SingaporeHazy 29°C 26°C 33°C TokyoRain - 17°C 22°C VancouverPossible shower 15°C 11°C 16°C
Warnings for Australia
Issue Time State Warning Sat 22:24 EDT NSW/ACT Cancel Severe Thunderstorm Warning Sat 22:00 EDT Tas Strong Wind Warning for the Following Area: South East Coast Sat 20:32 EDT Vic Severe Thunderstorm Warning (Damaging Wind/Heavy Rain/Large Hail) for Central, E Gippsland, N Central, N E & W/S Gippsland. Cancellation Sat 04:42 CST NT Fire Ban for the Northern Fire Protection Area and Darwin and Adelaide River fire ban areas
THE heatwave of the past few days will strip the cream off crops in North East Victoria.
Dry weatherGrim weather outlook
A NEW climate trigger has emerged to worsen the prospects for late spring rain in Victoria.
SCORCHING temperatures and hot winds have devastated crops just weeks out from harvest.
DRY conditions and warm weather have led to another early bud burst in parts of Victoria.
A COOL change is beginning to cross Victoria, bringing an end to a five-day heatwave that has devastated crops in the state?s west.
A BLAST of spring heat has put Victoria on bushfire alert for tomorrow, giving the state its first taste of the long fire season ahead.
Fire warningSpate of early season fires
UPDATE: AREAS of Victoria have entered drought, according to Emergency Management Commissioner Craig Lapsley.
FARMERS and crops are feeling the heat as temperatures soar across southeast Australia.
PARTS of Victoria will have their first severe bushfire danger day for the season as an early blast of summery heat bakes the state.
THIS weekend?s heatwave across southeast Australia is the first clear sign El Nino is ?starting to bite?, the Bureau of Meteorology says.
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