Australia is bracing for a weekend of wild weather with torrential downpours, cyclones and terrifying waves predicted for the country’s massive samples.
Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria and South Australia are ready for a cold weekend, after going through two consecutive cold fronts.
Meanwhile, Western Australia is bracing for the brightest fall weather in years as the remains of a tropical cyclone collide with a cold front.
From Sunday it will wind up with noxious winds, heavy rain and huge waves.
There’s a warning of severe weather in NSW, with notable photos of brave surfers mastering huge waves on Saturday.
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Huge waves were spotted on Bondi Beach in Sydney on Saturday (pictured) when the East Coast experienced another weekend of wet and wild weather
Western Australia braces for the wildest fall weather in years as the remains of a tropical cyclone (photo) collide with a cold front to whip up noxious winds
A crowd of spectators gathered to watch them tackle the monster waves on Bondi Beach, with similar scenes in Manly.
Harmful surf is expected in the Metropolitan, Illawarra and South Coast regions, with dangerous winds in Wollongong, Bulli, Port Kembla, Kiama, Huskisson and Ulladulla.
Rain is expected to continue flowing in Sydney all weekend with a maximum temperature of only 17 ° C and a minimum of 10 ° C.
Ex-category one tropical cyclone Mangga brought rain and wind gusts at night to Cocos Keeling Islands, off the northwest coast of WA.
The remnants of the system are expected to combine with a cold front in the south, creating dangerous weather, with gusts of up to 100 km / h possible for almost the entire west coast.
Surfers on Bondi Beach on Saturday (photo) watch monster waves tackle as strong winds continued to fight the east coast
This weekend, a severe weather warning was issued for Western Australia (photo) with heavy rains, destructive winds, and an abnormal high water forecast
Strong and windy winds will hit the north of the state on Sunday morning, then move south to Perth and Albany in the afternoon and evening.
Peak jumps of about 130 mph are possible, the Bureau of Meteorology says, and can be destructive to homes and property.
“By the end of Sunday night, the worst weather is expected in the southwest of the state,” said the Bureau of Meteorology.
Heavy rain can lead to flooding from Kalbarri to Onslow on Sunday.
Peak wave heights of more than eight meters are predicted off the southwest coast on Monday, causing significant beach erosion.
A woman watches as a huge wave crashed into the rocks in Bondi on Friday (photo) as the strong winds continued
Surfers tackle the huge waves on Saturday (pictured) when surf alerts were issued for NSW
“This is a rare occurrence for WA due to the size of the affected area and the potential for multiple areas of hazardous weather,” said the board of directors.
“A similar event like this happened in June 2012, which led to more than 600 calls for help and more than 170,000 homes without power.”
People are urged to prepare their property and ensure that pets and animals are in a safe environment.
Queenslanders are about to shiver as a wet cold winter before winter brings record breaking colder weather across much of the state.
Cool dry air, rainfall, and thick clouds covering the interior and central coast mean temperatures can drop from Saturday, the Bureau of Meteorology says.
The crowd gathered at Ben Buckler Point in Bondi on Friday (pictured) to watch the huge waves
Snow can be seen scattered across a playground at Blackheath Soldiers Memorial Park on Friday (shown)
“It could see cooler maximum daytime temperatures 10 to 12 degrees below average in large parts of the state,” meteorologist Shane Kennedy said Thursday.
“Temperature records can be broken.”
The cool weather is expected to continue until next week, with frost possibly in the southern tropics on Sunday or Monday.
Victoria also has a frosty weekend, with Melbourne lows of 9C Saturday on Saturday and 10C on Sunday, with chance of rain on both days.
Snow falls in the Blue Mountains on Thursday evening (photo) when Australia successively experienced two cold weather fronts
Rain is forecast across the state, including in Carins, Townsville and Mackay and Rockhampton.
Even South Australia is facing a relatively cold front, with maximum temperatures of 16 ° C in Adelaide this weekend.
Even the Northern Territory experiences below average temperatures, with wind and rain forecasts.
Darwin sees a low of 19 ° C and a high of 26 ° C, while in Alice Springs the temperature can drop to 1 ° C.
Hobart is also expected to see a lot of rain and cloud cover, with temperatures between 13C and 16C on Saturday.
THREE DAYS FORWARD
SATURDAY: Min 11. Max 19. Showers.
SUNDAY: Min 12. Max 20. Showers.
MONDAY: Min 13. Max 18. Showers.
SATURDAY: Min 12. Max 20. Cloudy.
SUNDAY: Min 19. Max 21. Sunny.
MONDAY: Min 11. Max 24. Sunny.
SATURDAY: Min 10. Max 17. Showers.
SUNDAY: Min 9. Max 17. Partly cloudy.
MONDAY: Min 7. Max 16. Cloudy.
SATURDAY: Min 1. Max 14. Possible shower.
SUNDAY: Min 4. Max 15. Cloudy.
MONDAY: Min 3. Max 13. Cloudy.
SATURDAY: Min 9. Max 15. Showers.
SUNDAY: Min 9. Max 16. Shower or two.
MONDAY: Min 7. Max 15. Cloudy.
SATURDAY: Min 11. Max 26. Sunny
SUNDAY: Min 14. Max 21. Showers.
MONDAY: Min 11. Max 18. Windy.
SATURDAY: Min 9. Max 14. Showers.
SUNDAY: Min 9. Max 13. Shower or two.
MONDAY: Min 6. Max 12. Cloudy.
SATURDAY: Min 19. Max 28. Partly cloudy.
SUNDAY: Min 19. Max 30. Mostly sunny.
MONDAY: Min 18. Max 30. Sunny.
Source: Bureau of Meteorology