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A tropical low in a depression over the Gulf of Carpentaria is generating heavy rains, storms and high winds in several states today.

The valleys are causing rain and storms in parts of the Northern Territory, Queensland, New South Wales, Tasmania and South Australia.

There is a severe weather advisory for parts of Victoria after the state was hit by hail and heavy rains overnight.

A channel over Western Australia directs gusty winds and a hot air mass toward the west coast.

Here’s your state-by-state weather forecast for Sunday, January 3:

The wet start to the new year is forecast to continue in New South Wales with increasing rains in the northeast.

Cold to temperate rains in the southeast. Rains, very warm in the southwest. Late rain, very warm in the northwest.

Sydney will be cloudy with a high chance of showers and thunderstorms later today.

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Temperatures are expected to range between 19 ° C and 25 ° C in the city.

Canberra will be cloudy with a very high chance (close to 100 percent) of showers. The possibility of a thunderstorm, light winds and a maximum of 22 ° C is forecast.

Cold to warm showers in the southwest. Cold to light rain in the southeast. Mostly sunny, very warm in the northwest. Rain / storms, warm in the northeast.

Overcast in Melbourne with a very high chance of showers; it is less likely to arrive in the late afternoon and evening. The probability of a thunderstorm and a minimum of 17C and a maximum of 24C.

there is a strong wind advisory for the west coast, the central coast, the central coast of Gippsland and the east coast of Gippsland.

Clear, temperate to warm showers in the southeast. Showers / storms, very hot in the northeast. Mostly cloudy, very warm in the northwest. Mostly sunny, very warm in the southwest.

Brisbane will be partly cloudy with a low of 22 ° C and a high of 29 ° C. Average chance of showers, close to shore in the morning and inland in the afternoon.

A flood warning was issued after heavy rains in recent days caused localized rivers and streams to rise in the upper parts of the Thomson River basin.

Minor flooding is occurring along the Thomson River between Muttaburra and Bogewong, and the last observation of the Thomson River in Camoola Park was 3.45m and increased on December 31.

The river level in Camoola Park is expected to have peaked around the moderate flood level (4.0 meters) on Friday.

Minor flood levels are expected to decline slowly today.

Mostly cloudy, cool to temperate in the southeast and center. Clear, cool to light rain in the west. Mostly cloudy, temperate to warm in the north.

Adelaide will be partly cloudy with a low of 16 ° C and a high of 22 ° C. A slight chance of a shower in the hills and southern suburbs, almost zero elsewhere.

Mostly cloudy, warm to very warm in the southwest and south. Windy, hot in the northwest. Mostly sunny, hot in the northeast.

Perth will be mostly sunny with a maximum temperature of 33 ° C. Conditions could be windy today with gusts of 85 km / h in the morning, mainly in the eastern suburbs and hills.

Late shower, warm in the southwest. Mostly cloudy, warm in the southeast. Late rain, cool to light in the northwest. Cool showers in the northeast.

Hobart will be cloudy with a slight chance of showers in the extreme S of the afternoon. Maximum daytime temperatures between 18C and 22C.

Mostly sunny, very warm in the NW Top End. Moderate to warm showers / storms in Arnhem. Late shower, very warm inside. Mostly sunny, very warm to hot in the south.

Darwin will be partly cloudy with a low of 27 ° C and a high of 34 ° C. A slight chance of a downpour, most likely in the late morning and afternoon. The probability of a thunderstorm.


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