Last Updated: June 25, 2016

Weather: Canberra -2°C - 10°C . Morning frost. Mostly sunny.

Weather

The Weekly Times

Australian Summary: A strong cold front passing over the southeast is bringing cold, windy showers falling as snow over higher elevations in NSW, VIC and TAS. An advancing cold front is producing showers with the odd thunderstorm in WA. A high pressure ridge is keeping the interior dry.

5.8°C
Adelaide
9.1°C
Alice Springs
11.3°C
Brisbane
18.2°C
Broome
22.2°C
Cairns
-1.4°C
Canberra
23.4°C
Darwin
5.2°C
Hobart
6.0°C
Melbourne
10.0°C
Perth
7.7°C
Sydney
7°C
16°C
Sunny
Sydney
Sunny
5°C
13°C
Clearing shower
Melbourne
Clearing shower
9°C
18°C
Sunny
Brisbane
Sunny
6°C
14°C
Mostly sunny
Adelaide
Mostly sunny
9°C
17°C
Clearing shower
Perth
Clearing shower
-2°C
10°C
Frost then sunny
Canberra
Frost then sunny
2°C
11°C
Mostly sunny
Hobart
Mostly sunny
23°C
33°C
Mostly sunny
Darwin
Mostly sunny
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White outIcy blast brings snowfall

Otways snow

SNOW has blanketed parts of regional Victoria, with the Bureau of Meteorology forecasting more down to 500 metres this afternoon.

Flooding rainShower power

After the rain

ONE of the wettest starts to winter in years has proved a double-edged sword for farmers across southeast Australia.

Wet weatherRain, glorious rain

Wet winter June 2016

ANDREW Green was not worried about the water sitting on a few paddocks at the property he manages.

Wet weekendRain soaks parched areas

John Brumby holds his rain gauge on his farm.

WIDESPREAD rain fell across NSW at the weekend.

Rain reliefDrenched and jubilant out west

Drenched and jubilant out west

A QUEENSLAND town now synonymous with the state?s most pervasive drought, has been drenched, recording its wettest June ever.

Storage inflowsWater slowly trickling into storages

Dartmouth Dam 93% full.

BIG irrigation storages in the Murray Darling Basin have been slow to respond to May rain.

Tasmanian floodsDairies unsure of long-term damage

Dairies unsure of long-term damage

MILK production in Tasmania is not expected to take a huge hit immediately due to the ­recent floods, but authorities are unsure what the flow-on effects could mean for farmers.

Farmland damageSurge of flood aid for Tassie

Surge of flood aid for Tassie

AUSTRALIANS have rallied behind farmers impacted by floods in Tasmania which ravaged farmland in the state?s north.

Weather forecastMore rain on the way

More rain on the way

EVEN more rain is forecast to fall across the east coast of Australia in the next week.

Welcome rainSnowy River in flood

Snowy river floods

THE Snowy River is in flood in East Gippsland and had been expected to peak at 7 metres in Orbost.

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