Australian Chart Summary

Monday - Latest

A broad trough over the northwest and QLD is triggering showers and thunderstorms. Another trough and cold front in the southeast is bringing showers to parts of SA, VIC and TAS, and pushing warmer air into NSW. High pressure in the west is leading to settled conditions.

Tuesday 22:00 EDT

A low pressure trough extending from WA through the NT and QLD into NSW will trigger the odd shower and thunderstorm. Moist, onshore winds will lead will lead to light showers across VIC and TAS. Unstable westerly winds will lead to coastal showers in southwest WA.

Wednesday 22:00 EDT

A deepening low pressure system over WA will lead to showers and storms, some heavy. A low pressure trough over the NT and QLD will lead to isolated showers. Onshore winds in NSW will lead to the odd shower, mainly along coastal parts. Mostly clear over TAS and VIC under a high.

Thursday 22:00 EDT

A broad region of low pressure will continue to generate storms and showers over WA. Onshore winds around the NSW/QLD border will lead to isolated showers. A cold front near TAS will lead to showers and strong winds, mainly in the west. Mostly clear elsewhere under a weak high.

Friday 22:00 EDT

A deepening region of low pressure will continue to cross eastwards, leading to showers and storms in SA, NT and WA, locally heavy. Another trough over the Top End may trigger the odd coastal shower. Onshore winds may bring the isolated showers to the eastern seaboard.

Saturday 22:00 EDT

A deep low pressure system should persist over the southeast, bringing rain and storms to SA, VIC, TAS and NSW. A trough extending from the low into QLD and the NT may lead to the odd shower and possible storm. Onshore winds over WA may trigger isolated coastal showers.

Sunday 22:00 EDT

A low pressure system may remain over the east, bringing strong winds, rain and possible storms to NSW, VIC, TAS and SA. Onshore winds are feeding a trough in QLD and should lead to showers. A low pressure trough in the north may lead to the odd shower in the NT.

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