Australian Weather Chat - Forums
Australian Weather Chat - Mailing Lists
There are two main mailing lists. Both lists offer a relaxed atmosphere with people from all corners of Australia and walks of life. The Aussie Weather list was first started in the late 90's and operated successfully up until a point a few years ago when server troubles meant emails were slow to arrive or didn't arrive at all. The Auspacwx list was started in an attempt to duplicate the list with a potentially more reliable host. As luck would have it, the Aussie Weather list came good again and not everyone moved to the new list. The end result is people on both lists, and both lists humming away quite nicely.
To subscribe to the Austpacwx list visit this page. To subscribe you need a Google ID, which can be obtained quite easily if you don't already have one.
To subscribe to the Aussie Weather list enter your email address in the box below and click "Subscribe to the Aussie Weather list". You'll receive a verification email within a few hours and once you've replied to that you're subscribed.
If you have any problems subscribing try emailing tech support. Please note the list is also governed by these simple guidelines.
There's also an archive of emails from 1998 to 2004 on the Australian Severe Weather website.
Australian Weather Chat - IRC (Internet Relay Chat)
Austnet IRC Chat Room - #weather
Started in late 1998 and hosted by the Austnet IRC servers the #weather chat room has grown to become a popular meeting place for weather enthusiasts from all around Australia. Visitors are always welcome.
Acessing the chat room using mIRC :