Rain, showers and thunderstorms will help bring a wetter start to November for eastern parts of Australia – especially between Sydney and Brisbane, with spillover wet weather further south and north than that too.
The set-up for the next week is a slow one, encouraging plenty of repeat weather each day for the east.
Temperatures are again fluctuating for many in the southern half of Australia – but generally most main centres aren’t as hot or stormy as they were last week.
However, excessive heat (40c+) continues along the top half – where it remains mostly dry, apart from thunderstorms through the central interior towards Alice Springs.
1. We have NO NZ/AUS VIDEO on Friday (Nov 3) – our WeatherWatch.co.nz and RuralWeather.co.nz will have news updates and maps.
2. Our Australia-only 7 day forecast is out every Thursday here on WeatherWatchTV on YouTube – thanks for your support!
3. A reminder our ClimateWatch monthly & seasonal outlook was issued yesterday, you can find it on the homepage of both our websites – and while it focuses on NZ we do mention Australia in it too.