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Thick cloud covering central and eastern parts of QLD with a low pressure trough is causing rain. Low cloud over northern parts of the state with moist onshore winds is triggering coastal showers. Skies are clearing in the west and southwest under a high pressure ridge.

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Australia had warmest autumn on record, BoM says

17:53 EST

Australia has recorded its warmest autumn on record, according to the Bureau of Meteorology (BoM).

A big wet start to winter for parts of QLD, NSW and TAS

16:36 EST

A heavy rainfall event is shaping up for eastern Australia over the coming weekend.

May weather hottest on record for Queensland, BoM data shows

16:28 EST

Queensland has experienced its hottest May on record, with Brisbane enduring its warmest average temperature for the month in 115 years.