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The official Australian Weather Bureau web site, and an excellent source of Australian Weather information and data.

Like trout fishing or snow skiing in Australia's high country? The official Snowy Hydro (The Snowy Mountains Scheme) web site has up to date lake level and snow depth data. Why not check before you go!

I love the snow, and this site lets you keep track of the snowfalls at the Australian Ski Resorts via their snow-cams.

Davis Instruments Australia (formally known as EcoWatch) have been the Australian distributor of quality Davis Weather Instruments since 1988. If you're looking to purchase anything from the extensive range of Davis weather monitoring equipment contact Davis Instruments Australia.

As seen on the Foxtel and Austar pay TV networks, The Weather Channel (Australia) web site is packed full of weather information and data. It even has an on-line weather forum!

The official web site of Davis Instruments in the USA. This is a wonderful source of all weather related equipment.

The official web site of the United Kingdom Weather Bureau. A great source of weather from the 'old dart'.

The Arizona State University (USA) weather pages are a fantastic source of world weather extremes. Find out what the hottest, coldest, wettest and driest places on earth are. All the extremes are here! For example, did you know that the heaviest hailstone ever recorded (1.02kg) fell at Gopalganj district, Bangladesh on 14/4/1986! Now that would hurt!
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