Australian Chart Summary

Monday - Latest

A trough over eastern Australia is continuing to bring storms and some heavy rainfall to inland regions of NSW and QLD. A high is directing moist winds across the eastern seaboard triggering widespread showers. A high is keeping central and western regions mostly dry.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A trough will deepen over QLD and may produce heavy rain and storms. Moist onshore winds are expected to continue along the QLD and NSW coast, causing showers. A belt of high pressure in the south should bring a mostly sunny day to WA, SA and eastern VIC.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A region of low pressure in the east may cause a few showers and thunderstorms over QLD and NSW. A cold front could cross TAS, generating a few showers and possible highland snow. High pressure in the south and west is leading to a sunny and settled day for SA, WA and the NT

Thursday 22:00 EST

A trough and front will clip the southeast, generating showers and gusty winds to TAS and southern VIC. A high over the Bight will bring dry and settled conditions over the interior and west of Australia. A trough in the north and east will cause a few showers and storms

Friday 22:00 EST

Unstable westerly winds between fronts in the south should bring a few showers to southern VIC and TAS. A high over the Bight will bring dry and settled conditions over the interior and west of Australia. An upper trough in the north and east will cause a few showers and storms.

Saturday 22:00 EST

An upper trough and low could bring heavy rain and storms to northern WA and the Top End. Onshore winds should bring some showers to southern VIC, TAS and northern QLD. A front may clip TAS and southern VIC. High pressure elsewhere should lead to a settled day.

Sunday 22:00 EST

An upper trough and low could continue to bring heavy rain and storms to northern WA and the Top End. Onshore winds should bring some showers to TAS, NSW and northern QLD. High pressure elsewhere should lead to a settled day.

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Record Breaking Rainfall for Far Western NSW

15:38 AEST Easter Sunday brought record-breaking rainfall to the Upper Western and Riverina regions of far western NSW as a trough and front duo move across the state.

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