• 3rd deadliest cyclone in Australian region, Seroja (Category 3) (326 dead/ missing): the strongest winds ...

    Only last week we have warned before very strong Cyclone Seroja, which was shifting from Indonesia and East Timor towards Western Australia in last days /https://mkweather.com/dangerous-cyclone-seroja-hits-w-sw-australia-165-dead-and-45-missing-from-indonesia-and-east-timor-reported//. Another tropical threat was forecasted for New Caledonia /https://mkweather.com/tropical-system-92s-invest-hits-new-caledonia-and-new-zealand//. Bad forecaste came true after Seroja, Category 3 hit Australian city Kalbarri with full power. ...
  • After tropical days a big Antarctic blast! The first snow in Australia

    Only last week we have informed about extremely hot conditions in southernmost parts of Australia (Tasmania) and New Zealand /https://mkweather.com/tasmania-and-new-zealand-hit-hits-extreme-high-temperatures-around-32c//, where temperatures almost in the middle of autumn reached tropical +32°C. Tropical fairytale however, is ending, and hot days are replaced by extreme Antarctic blast, with the first frosts and ...
  • Tropical system 92S Invest hits New Caledonia and New Zealand

    Not only Cyclone Seroja and Cyclone Odette, but another tropical system has appeared near shores of Australia in last days. Tropical system 92S Invest around Saturday, 10. April 2021 hits New Caledonia, where heavy rains and potential floods are at the weekend expected. Tropical system will be moving in the ...
  • Dangerous Cyclone Seroja hits W/SW Australia, 165 dead and 45 missing from Indonesia and East ...

    Cyclone Seroja after its deadly entry in Indonesia and East Timor is strengthening westward from Australian coast and with a power of cyclone should hit Western Australia. Hit by severe storms, possible floods, landslides and strong winds should be big part of southwestern Australia, then its track will be situated ...
  • Tasmania and New Zealand hit / hits extreme high temperatures around +32°C

    Untraditionally strong heatwave hit southernmost parts of Australia and record temperatures are expected too in New Zealand. Above region persists strong blocking pressure high and on its back side is flowing above Tasmania and New Zealand extremely hot air. Its already April and in Hobart, Tasmania, record +32,3°C was on ...
  • Cyclone Odette hits Western Australia!

    After severe floods in Southeastern Australia /https://mkweather.com/historical-floods-in-australia-rare-waterfalls-in-uluru-sydney-region-under-50-year-water// and subsequent extreme Spider season 2021 /https://mkweather.com/spider-season-in-australia-is-thanks-to-50-year-floods-extraordinarily-strong//, a powerful cyclone season is bringing another threat - the next tropical system. Tropical depression 99 S Invest has developed above coast of Indonesia and during the next days will be shifting along Western-Australian coast southward, ...
  • Spider season in Australia is thanks to 50-year floods extraordinarily strong

    After the coldest La nina summer since 2012 and the wettest summer since 2017 /https://mkweather.com/la-nina-in-australia-the-coldest-summer-in-9-and-the-wettest-in-4-years// Australia still reports very stormy Autumn 2021. Last period has brought into populated parts of Australia - mainly in Sydney region, New South Wales, the worst floods in 50 years /https://mkweather.com/historical-floods-in-australia-rare-waterfalls-in-uluru-sydney-region-under-50-year-water// and even, Uluru rock ...
  • Tropical system 94S Invest hits Australia

    Australia is relatively short time after devastating cyclone Niran /https://mkweather.com/cyclone-niran-hit-australia-with-160-km-h-winds-in-new-caledonia-250-km-h-is-expected-remnants-hits-new-zealand//, which almost with a strength of a Category 5 hit a New Caledonia, too /https://mkweather.com/category-5-cyclone-niran-devastated-new-caledonia// and another tropical threat has appeared. Now, tropical system 94S Invest won´t hit Queensland, such as Niran, but its stormtrack will be situated into parts ...
  • Category 5 cyclone, Niran devastated New Caledonia

    Only a few day ago we wrote about cyclone Niran, which hit nortwestern Australia /https://mkweather.com/cyclone-niran-hit-australia-with-160-km-h-winds-in-new-caledonia-250-km-h-is-expected-remnants-hits-new-zealand// with 160 km/h winds and left here regional floods or damages after severe winds. Cyclone before a few days was shifting along New Caledonia, with Category 5 strength and 205 km/h 10-minnute sustained winds, what ...
  • Cyclone Niran hit Australia with 160 km/h winds, in New Caledonia 250 km/h is expected, ...

    2 powerful cyclones are active in Ausralian region, but only one hit significant parts of the land - cyclone Niran has brought damages in Northern Territory and Queensland, Australia and continue on its, probably deadly way towards New Caledonia and New Zealand! While in Australia, winds according to the newest ...
  • La nina in Australia: The coldest summer in 9 and the wettest in 4 years!

    The coldest summer since 2012 and the wettest times since 2017! It´s a result of cold and stormy La nina Summer 2020/2021 in Australia! La nina during last months caused many coldwaves across the world, including Asia, Europe and North America, but mainly in Southern Hemisphere /https://mkweather.com/the-coldest-earth-for-7-years-strong-impact-of-la-nina-is-here//. This effect was ...
  • Cold summer in Australia: The first all-time temperature record: Bundaberg, Queensland, +38,6°C

    Australia is experiencing with colder and humid La nina (and wet MJO) Summer 2020/2021, with above average cyclone season and weak wildfire season, with only symbolic heatwaves across the continent. The first all-time record of the summer was overcame only at the end of summer, on Monday, 22. February 2021 ...
  • Powerful cyclone season in Australia is expected, 9 - 15 cyclones is forecasted

    Bureau of Meteorology, Accuweather teams and other forecasters based on long-term meteorological models published a forecasts for cyclone season 2020/2021 in Australia. Main drivers of the seasonal forecasts were a behaviour of ENSO (ongoing La-nina phase) and IOD (Indian Ocean Dipole pattern). Thanks to La-niňa, wet conditions will be present ...