Cover image: Moon halo over North Rams Head in Kosciuszko National Park, New South Wales, 21 May 2016

    Photo Credit: Luke Tscharke

    January: Sunset through fog at Mount Hotham, Victoria, 11 August 2012

    Photo Credit: Jon Bagge, My Light Images

    February: A cold front brings powerful waves to Mornington Pier, Victoria, 12 July 2016

    Photo Credit: Jennifer Erlandsen

    March: Lightning strike over Mount Isa, Queensland, 25 February 2015

    Photo Credit: Grant Szabadics

    April: A path through the clouds between Townsville and Richmond, Queensland, January 2016

    Photo Credit: Captain Victoria Harrison, Royal Flying Doctor Service

    May: Central Sydney distorted by rain on a windscreen, New South Wales, 5 March 2014

    Photo Credit: Nitin Saksena

    June: Sunrise streaks through fog seen from Mount Buninyong, Victoria, 23 July 2014

    Photo Credit: Andrew Thomas Photographer

    July: Forked lightning over Lake Argyle in the Kimberley, Western Australia, February 2016

    Photo Credit: Ben Broady Fine Art Photography

    August: Asperitas clouds over Adelaide, South Australia, 6 September 2013

    Photo Credit: Asbjorn Kanck

    September: Storm cell seen across the West MacDonnell Ranges, Northern Territory, 22 January 2017

    Photo Credit: Peter Nunn, Ninox Photography

    October: Changing skies above Capital Wind Farm near Bungendore, New South Wales, 23 October 2014

    Photo Credit: Seenivasan Kumaravel

    November: Exercise KAKADU fleet off the coast of the Northern Territory, 18 September 2016

    Photo Credit: Kayla Hayes © Australian Department of Defence

    December: Aurora australis seen from Davis Station, Antarctica, 29 March 2017

    Photo Credit: Barend Becker

In pictures: Australian Bureau of Meteorology’s 2018 calendar

By AG STAFF | November 8, 2017

The Bureau of Meterology’s annual calendar this year features captivating images of forked lightning over the pink hills of Lake Argyle, the Aurora Australis across Antarctica and the monstrous waves off of Mornington Pier, perfectly capturing the unpredictable beauty of Australia’s weather.