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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia
Official Bureau of Meteorology account for national weather and Bureau information. Always check for the latest warnings.
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia 18h
Australia's Warning System is a collaboration between , and . Detection buoys and coastal sea level stations let us monitor the oceans over 'subduction zones'—where Earth's tectonic plates move under one another:
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia 19h
No threat to Australia from felt in (magnitude 7.2 near Banda Sea). See .
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Jun 22
Extensive rain over the southwest of . recorded 58mm to 9am, recorded 77mm. Around 20mm is expected for grain growing areas. Showers on the coast more frequent on the central coast with a possible storm. Latest at
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Bureau of Meteorology, Northern Territory Jun 22
has shivered through its coldest night in 7 years with a minimum of just 5.2C. We have to go back to 12th Aug 2012 to find a colder morning (4.7C). had their coldest night in 5 years, also recording 5.2C. See temperatures here:
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Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland Jun 22
Another cold, frosty ❄️ morning for inland ! Mitchell -5.5°C (coldest since 2007), Stanthorpe -4.5°C, Charleville -3.5°C (coldest since 2004), Roma -3.0°C. Winton (0.4°C) was theie coldest June morning since 1977! Milder nights ahead as onshore winds bring moisture inland.
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Bureau of Meteorology, Western Australia Jun 22
A cold front has produced widespread rain. Falls in excess of 70mm were recorded in parts of . Bungendore (just east of Armadale) has recorded 76.8mm. Perth Metro has recorded 176.8mm for the month of June so far. The June average is 124.5mm.
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Jun 21
Severe weather warning for damaging winds & heavy rainfall rain for SW parts of WA including . Widespread frost this morning across the central & easterin interior of the country. Showers about the southeast coast. Latest at
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Bureau of Meteorology, New South Wales Jun 21
It may have largely stayed out of the cities this time but that didn't mean the fog wasn't around on a big scale today. This is the aerial view this morning of large fog band that dominated a large swathe of land in the vicinity of the & borders
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Jun 20
Widespread across the southeast of the country over the next few mornings. Temperatures dipping to -4°C tomorrow for parts of northern and southern , even down to -8°C in the alpine areas. Latest at
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Australian Space Agency Jun 20
Tonight in the Southern Hemisphere, the tilt of Earth's axis angles us further away from the Sun, for the longest night and shortest day of the year, via 🎥
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Jun 20
Replying to @BOM_au
Why have the days been getting shorter and nights longer? As we orbit the sun from December to June, the tilt in Earth's axis angles the southern hemisphere more and more away from the sun, leaving us in darkness a little longer each night.
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Jun 20
Replying to @BOM_au
Why have the days been getting shorter and nights longer? As we orbit the sun from December to June, the tilt in Earth's axis angles the southern hemisphere more and more away from the sun, leaving us in darkness a little longer each night.
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antarctica.gov.au Jun 20
It’s minus 23 degrees Celsius, dark and you’re standing on the edge of a hole dug into the sea-ice - what do you do? expeditioners plunge in of course! Check out Davis station team’s dip in an icy pool. Read more
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Jun 20
Tonight the sun will be directly over the Tropic of Cancer, marking the southern (longest night / shortest day of the year): . How short today is depends on how far south you are: e.g. 9 h daylight in Hobart but nearly 11½ h in Darwin.
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Bureau of Meteorology, Tasmania Jun 19
And you thought was ❄️ Listen to what our crews expect for tomorrow's celebrations. Stay tuned, we'll share their adventures tomorrow
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Jun 19
No threat to Australia from mag. 6.6 near Kermadec Islands. Latest info. at .
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Jun 18
No threat to Australia from mag. 6.6 near West Coast Honshu, Japan. Latest info. at .
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Jun 16
No threat to Australia from felt at (magnitude 5.3 in the Banda Sea). See .
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Jun 15
No threat to Australia from mag. 6.4 near Kermadec Islands Region. Latest info. at .
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Bureau of Meteorology, Australia Jun 15
No threat to Australia from mag. 7.4 near Kermadec Islands. Latest info at .
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