The Weekly Times
Australian Summary: A powerful cold front is delivering damaging winds and showers to SA, VIC and TAS. A pair of troughs, combined with the jetstream are producing patchy rain and storms to central WA, NT and western and southern QLD. Unstable winds bringing thundery showers to Top End.
Windy with showers
Windy with showers
Radar, Satellite, Synoptic
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Warnings for Australia
Weather warning200 calls for help as Vic lashed by wind
THE SES has responded to 200 calls for help as Victoria is lashed by damaging winds.
Welcome rainfallMore rain coming
THE prospect of an even more widespread general rain this weekend has Victorian farmers excited about the possible end of drought.
Welcome fallsRain at last
NOT enough rain has fallen across Victoria today to be called the weather break, but it is a good start for some.
Rain forecastHopes high for rain
ALL eyes will turn to the skies above Victoria tomorrow in the hope of the weather break to the season.
Sowing beginsLittle rain this weekend
SEVERAL cold fronts crossing Victoria later this week are unlikely to whet the appetite of farmers waiting for the autumn break.
Autumn breakRain with follow-up needed
FARMER Brenton Cunning wants a good traditional break to arrive in the next two weeks to germinate seed planted in his dusty paddocks near Kerang.
Lingering dryDusty wait for rain
OPTIMISTIC farmers are sowing seed into thousands of hectares of dusty soil in the hope the season will break soon.
Weather gameReign of El Nino is over
DAVID Jochinke is not pinning all his hopes on the rainclouds blessing his family farm in the parched Victorian Wimmera this year.
NORTH Queensland is officially on La Nina watch after three consecutive years of failed wet seasons and crippling drought.
NATURE is making its own weather forecasts in the parched South East of South Australia, where the so-called giant rain moth has arrived ahead of predicted falls.
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