Severe Tropical Cyclone Jasper is set to intensify and become a category four system, with experts predicting it may threaten the Queensland coast.
Tropical Cyclone Jasper has formed 1500km northeast of Cairns as a category one system and is expected to strengthen as it moves towards the coast.
Heatwave conditions are building across parts of Queensland, prompting a warning from authorities for locals to take precautions against fires and storms.
Trade conditions are expected to improve for Australian farmers, although dry weather could weigh on some producers, Rural Bank says.
The mercury has dipped across Australia and the freezing temperatures are set to continue, bringing a much-needed dusting of snow to alpine resort areas.
Winds at the centre of Tropical Cyclone Ilsa, a category five system, are set to peak at 315km/h as it crosses the coast in Western Australia's northwest.
Tropical Cyclone Ilsa has been upgraded to a highest-category five system as it barrels towards Western Australia's coast.
Cyclone Gabrielle is expected to reach category three, with large swells and dangerous winds as the system barrels toward Norfolk Island and New Zealand.
Tropical Cyclone Gabrielle has formed off Queensland's coast as it approaches Norfolk Island.
North Queensland residents are cleaning up after floods damaged roads, cut off communities, stranded travellers and created breeding grounds for mosquitoes.
A cool change has brought relief from a heatwave in southeastern Australia and while the skies may be cloudy, capital cities are expected to stay mostly dry.
Adelaide residents have sweltered through the night as a heatwave peaking across southern Australia fries several capital cities and inland areas.
Adelaide residents have sweltered through the afternoon as a heatwave peaking across southern Australia fries several capital cities and inland areas.
Heatwave conditions are easing across the country's southeast as a cool change cuts temperatures and brings thunderstorms and strong winds.
Flood-impacted towns across New South Wales are on high alert as thunderstorms begin creeping through the state ahead of forecast downpours over the weekend.
More extreme weather is expected in some eastern states as clean-up efforts continue after widespread flooding.
A major flood warning is current for southeast Queensland's Macintyre River, which is expected to peak at up to 9.9 metres at Goondiwindi.
More wild weather is on the way for parts of Queensland and NSW, with heavy rain, damaging winds and hazardous surf bringing the risk of coastal erosion.
The Queensland Fire and Emergency Services received 110 calls for help after intense rainfall across the state, with one woman killed in floodwaters.
Intense and unseasonal rainfall is forecast for northern Queensland where residents are bracing for potentially dangerous flooding and transport disruption.
A dump of rain is forecast for Victoria's Gippsland regions this weekend, with the weather bureau warning of possible major flooding.
One man is dead, another is missing and a southeast Queensland town is on alert as the region faces another night of intense rainfall and possible flooding.
Residents across southeast Queensland are again bracing for severe weather with intense thunderstorms to bring potentially life-threatening flash floods.
A tropical cyclone has been downgraded after it slammed into Queensland before tracking west and crossing into the Northern Territory.
Tropical Cyclone Tiffany has strengthened to a category two storm and has make landfall in far north Queensland.
Tropical Cyclone Tiffany has strengthened to a category two storm and is still gathering pace as it prepares to make landfall in FNQ.
Tropical Cyclone Tiffany is expected to cross the Queensland Coast on Monday night bringing heavy rain and destructive winds.