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Ex Tropical Cyclone Hadi to bring rains to Eastern Queensland

Ex Tropical Cyclone Hadi to bring rains to Eastern Queensland

March 16, 2014 | Weather | No Comments

On the 1st of March a Tropical Low in the Coral Sea strengthened to a named Tropical Cyclone Hadi. It’s been nearly two weeks...

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Autumn storms captured in Sydney and along coastal New South Wales

Autumn storms captured in Sydney and along coastal New South Wales

March 5, 2014 | Weather | No Comments

Over the last couple of days a trough of low pressure has allowed a mass of moist and unstable air to build over New...

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Christmas Eve and Day Forecast

Christmas Eve and Day Forecast

December 18, 2013 | Weather | No Comments

The lead up to Christmas is turning out to be a scorcher. Over the past week the west coast has sweltered through a heatwave and...

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Ex Tropical Cylone Alessia may briefly reform

Ex Tropical Cylone Alessia may briefly reform

November 24, 2013 | Weather | No Comments

On November 20 a tropical low began to develop South of Java in the Indian Ocean. In a rare occurrence this system developed into...

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Ocean favouring potential cyclone

November 19, 2013 | Weather | No Comments

This week has marked an increase in storm activity across Northern Australia as broad areas of low pressure drag tropical moisture in from the...

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Rain on the way for Tasmania

Rain on the way for Tasmania

November 19, 2013 | Weather | No Comments

The southern states have been basking in spring sunshine but overnight temperatures dropped and cloud increased as a  trough from Western Australia extended into...

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Threat of storms loom over the gabba

Threat of storms loom over the gabba

November 19, 2013 | Weather | No Comments

  The much anticipated Ashes series begins tomorrow in Brisbane at the GABBA and the question is will the rains delay play. Usually November...

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A wet week ahead for the Northern Tropics

November 18, 2013 | Weather | No Comments

The wet season has officially returned to the tropics. Over the past few weeks humidity levels have slowly been increasing but up until this...

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Why was Super Typhoon Haiyan such an extroadinary storm?

Why was Super Typhoon Haiyan such an extroadinary storm?

November 14, 2013 | Weather | No Comments

As the Philippines and Islands of Micronesia recover from the devastation of Super Typhoon Haiyan data is being collected and questions are being asked...

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Storms return to Queensland

November 14, 2013 | Weather | No Comments

This week thunderstorms have been firing up on a daily base across Queensland and North East New South Wales. Humid onshore winds are feeding...

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