Last Updated: February 10, 2016

Weather: Canberra 13°C - 33°C . Sunny.

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Australian Summary: A low pressure trough is generating scattered showers and thunderstorms across the northern tropics, northwest QLD and southeast NSW. A weak front south of TAS is causing the odd shower in the state's west. A trough over WA is causing heatwave conditions to continue.

22.7°C
Adelaide
26.6°C
Alice Springs
23.1°C
Brisbane
30.2°C
Broome
25.0°C
Cairns
19.7°C
Canberra
30.1°C
Darwin
19.1°C
Hobart
18.3°C
Melbourne
27.9°C
Perth
23.6°C
Sydney
20°C
29°C
Mostly sunny
Sydney
Mostly sunny
16°C
25°C
Increasing sunshine
Melbourne
Increasing sunshine
21°C
30°C
Possible shower
Brisbane
Possible shower
16°C
33°C
Sunny
Adelaide
Sunny
18°C
36°C
Sunny
Perth
Sunny
15°C
31°C
Possible thunderstorm
Canberra
Possible thunderstorm
15°C
22°C
Mostly sunny
Hobart
Mostly sunny
26°C
33°C
Possible thunderstorm
Darwin
Possible thunderstorm
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    Fog then sunny
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El Nino continues to weaken

THE strongest El Nino in more than a decade is continuing to weaken.

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Soaking for North East

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Rain continues to fall across Victoria

GIPPSLAND recorded big rain totals yesterday, with the Latrobe Valley receiving 50mm in overnight storms.

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Flooding

ARARAT has already received 22mm of rain today as thunderstorms continue to batter Victoria.

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Storms, wild winds lash Victoria

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Change to follow scorcher

SOUTHEAST Australia is in for a scorcher with the mercury forecast to hit 45C tomorrow.

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