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1 hr ago | The Courier

Coldest day of year, biggest snowfall in a decade

BALLARAT was blanketed with more than 5cm of snow on Friday, with reports suggesting it was one of the biggest dumps in almost ten years.

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5 hrs ago | NEWS.com.au

More wild weather on its way

VICTORIA shivered through a blustery night - but, be warned, the wild weather is not over just yet, you may even get some snow.

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Thu Jul 31, 2014

ABC News

Farmers from north west New South Wales say the season is 'on a knife edge' without further rain

With the Bureau of Meteorology changing its predictions about the likelihood of an El Nino event this winter from a 70 to 50 per cent, farmers in north west New South Wales are closely watching how the season shapes up.

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The Age

Coastal towns cop snowfall

Icy temperatures have seen freak snowfall just kilometres from the beach in Lorne, as well as across the Otways, Macedon Ranges and the Grampians.

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Wimmera Mail-Times

Wake Up, Wimmera: August 1

PIC OF THE DAY. Send your photos of the Wimmera to newsdesk@mailtimes.com.au or tag us on Instagram @wimmeramailtimes and use the hashtag #wakeupwimmera to have your pic included! Photo: @moerks, via Instagram The wet and windy weather will continue today so don't put away the umbrella yet.

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TheBlaze.com

Seriously? MSNBC segment claims that climate change could make a real 'Sharknado' happen

During Wednesday's edition of "News Nation" with Tamron Hall on MSNBC, a guest actually claimed that that climate change could make a "Sharknado" happen.

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Thenew995fm.com

Colorado St. Forecasters Sticking With Below-Average Hurricane Forecast

The hurricane forecasting team at Colorado State University see no reason to change their 2014 Atlantic hurricane forecast from below-average, with "extremely unfavorable" formation conditions remaining in place in the tropical Atlantic, combined with the expected formation of weak to moderate El Nino event.

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The Mercury

Woman killed in storm fury

The 63-year-old was clearing fallen trees and other storm debris at her Trevallyn property when she was struck by another falling tree just after 12pm.

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Examiner

Rain, winds to continue to rage | VIDEO

UPDATED 8.30pm: The Bureau of Meteorology has warned that severe weather in the form of heavy rainfalls and damaging winds will continue to affect Northern Tasmania tonight.

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The Age

An icy trip home for Melbourne commuters

In a day of weather extremes, Melbourne has endured battering and damaging winds and is now facing an afternoon of rain and plummeting temperatures as a change moves through.

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Wed Jul 30, 2014

The Mercury

One dead as storms lash state

Launceston Police said a person had died as a result of injuries sustained when a tree fell in high winds about 12.30pm today.

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ABC News

Emergency teams on alert as high winds sweep across Victoria

Destructive and damaging winds are forecast across most of Victoria ahead of a strong front, the Bureau of Meteorology has warned.

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KBTX-TV Bryan

National Hurricane Center's Message for the Brazos Valley

Chief Meteorologist Shel Winkley joined the KBTX weather team in October of 2009.

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ABC News

Smoke haze blankets Gold Coast

The Bureau of Meteorology says the cold weather is creating a temperature inversion which is trapping the smoke down low across the coast.

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The Advocate

Wind warning for Northern Tasmania

STRONG winds are continuing to hit Tasmania this morning with the Bureau of Meteorology issuing a warning for the entire north of the State.

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Bendigo Advertiser

Wild winds, snow on the way: Live radar

A severe weather warning has been issued for most of the state, with damaging winds and snow predicted to hit Victoria today.

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Hispanically Speaking

40,000 Guatemalan Families Affected by Drought

Some 40,000 families have been affected by the drought caused by the El Nino weather phenomenon in Guatemala, Agriculture, Ranching and Food Minister Elmer Lopez said Tuesday, citing preliminary figures.

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Boston.com

Are tornadoes becoming more frequent?

David Epstein has been a professional meteorologist and horticulturalist for three decades.

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Examiner

Calm before another storm

THE SES was handing out sandbags to businesses at Kings Meadows yesterday as the rivulet topped its banks and the risk of flash flooding increased.

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Examiner

Kings Meadows prepares for flooding

The Bureau of Meteorology has warned that damaging winds and heavy rainfall will continue to affect the North until late tomorrow.

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