Yet another cyclone has developed off the shores of Queensland, Australia.
Cyclone Tim off the north Queensland coast is unlikely to cause any problems though until the weekend.
Tropical Cyclone Tim formed in the Coral Sea this morning.Tim is sitting about 420 kilometres north-east of Cairns, and is moving south-east at about 26 kilometres an hour.
Victoria seems to have escaped much of the unsettled weather that has hit its northern counterparts lately and in fact has ended up roasting.
Melbourne yesterday has equalled its March record for consecutive days of 30 degrees or hotter and today is almost certain to equal the record for all months.
A tropical cyclone is expected to form over the Coral Sea but poses no immediate threat to coastal towns.
WeatherWatch.co.nz weather forecasters are continuing to monitor a developing low in the Coral Sea north west of New Zealand where a tropical cyclone is expected to develop by the end of the week or weekend.
The rain keeps tumbling down over some eastern parts of Australia with Bundaberg, Queensland bracing itself yet again for more potential flooding.
The weekend was very wet across parts of Queenland and New South Wales with some big totals recorded.
Philip Duncan with nzherald.co.nz bring you the latest on New Zealand's big dry - and just where are the current rain makers. We also take a look as far forward as March 15th - with a special rain prediction map.
It's been a very wet time for parts of eastern Australia recently and today we're looking at the main cities to see what's going to be on offer this weekend.
Big weather events flanking both sides of Australia are not what you'd normally expect a Downunder summer to deliver in its dying days.
Cyclone Rusty is battering the mining communities of north-western West Australia, floodwaters are peaking again in Queensland, and wet weather is threatening to return to Sydney.
While the extended dry spell continues for much of New Zealand spare a thought for our Aussie neighbours on the east coast as wind and rain doesn't seem to be letting up.
The fourth tropical cyclone of the season has moved over Western Australia during the weekend.
This one is named Rusty and is gaining a reputation as a slow but steady mover however it is set to intensify.