Wet weather is forecast for south-eastern parts of the country today with showers expected to drizzle throughout the afternoon.
According to the Bureau of Meteorology, a trough is moving to the western slopes and plains of New South Wales today, bringing showers and thunderstorms through Sydney and many eastern parts of the state.
The BoM has warned some of the storms may become severe, with people urged to stay on top of the latest warnings.
Storms and rain are expected to hit Canberra and the wider ACT this evening.
"It's looking we could see some pretty wet weather in SE Australia over the coming days – including Canberra and the wider ACT," the BoM said.
"It could be a good idea to keep an eye on warnings over the coming days."
This year, Australia experienced its wettest November since records began.
The BoM said wet weather would continue to accumulate over the next seven days across eastern, northern and central parts of the country.
Showers are forecast in Melbourne throughout the day, before easing later this afternoon.
Cairns is expecting a few showers but plenty of sunny breaks, with a possible shower for Brisbane.
In Adelaide, it will be cloudy with a top of 20 degrees. While Perth is set to heat up with a scorching 37 degrees forecast today.
Storms are also expected to rip through the Top End, with a top of 32 degrees forecast for Darwin.