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Severe Weather Update: developing low and cold front

28/09/2016 - National

This Severe Weather Update provides information on the developing low and cold front affecting southern Australia. Video is current at 4pm AEST 28 September 2016. For the latest weather and warnings information visit www.bom.gov.au/australia/warnings, and follow advice from emergency services.

Scroll to the bottom of the transcript to view... read more...

Severe weather and wind warnings

28/09/2016 - TAS

The Bureau of Meteorology in Tasmania is forecasting an intense and complex low pressure system to move into the Tasmanian area during Thursday. This system will affect Tasmania during Thursday and Friday

Regional Director for the Bureau of Meteorology in Tasmania Mr John Bally highlighted the following weather conditions that may pose a risk to the community.

  • Heavy rainfall in parts of the north and east of the state during Thursday and into Friday... read more...

Severe weather update video: gale force winds and heavy rain to affect southern Australia

27/09/2016 - National

This severe weather update provides information on gale force winds and heavy rain which will affect southern Australia this week. Video is current at 3pm AEST 27 September 2016. For the latest weather and warnings information visit www.bom.gov.au, and follow advice from emergency services.

Transcript

Hello from the Bureau of Meteorology, with a Severe Weather Update on the developing low and cold front which will impact southern Australia... read more...

More rainfall and severe weather for southeastern Australia

26/09/2016 - National

Forecasters at the Bureau of Meteorology are monitoring a complex weather system that has the potential to bring rain, thunderstorms, winds and damaging waves to southeastern Australia during Wednesday.

The Bureau's National Operations Centre Director Dr Andrew Tupper said the low pressure system may also bring more rain for flood-affected areas in Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania later in the week.

"Many Australians are already dealing... read more...