Australian Chart Summary

Saturday - Latest

A cold front is bringing gusty winds, showers, a few storms and highland snow to VIC, TAS and southern NSW, and cold air showers in its wake over southeast SA. Warm air ahead of the system is filtering into parts of QLD and NSW. High pressure is keeping elsewhere dry.

Sunday 22:00 EST

Cold and gusty winds in the wake of a front will bring showers, thunderstorms and snow to low levels across TAS, VIC and parts of NSW. A deepening trough and offshore low should bring showers and storms to southwest WA. High pressure should keep elsewhere generally mild and dry.

Monday 22:00 EST

A low and front approaching the southeast will trigger gusty showers in southeastern SA, VIC and TAS. Southerly winds in the wake of front will bring showers to the NSW coast. A trough will deepen over southern WA, generating a few showers and the odd thunderstorm.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

Onshore circulation in the wake of a front and low should bring gusty showers to southwest WA. A high in the east will begin to clear showers in the wake of a front. A weak region of low pressure across the tropics may produce isolated showers. Fine elsewhere under high pressure.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A front and low pressure system in the Bight will direct rain, showers, possible storms and gusty winds to southern parts of WA and SA. Warm winds ahead of the front will filter across western parts of QLD, NSW and VIC. Warm and dry over the interior with a high pressure system.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A low over parts of SA, western NSW and VIC will trigger areas of rain and the odd thunderstorm with possible small hail. A cold front crossing TAS will generate gusty showers. Onshore winds around high pressure will bring showers to some coastal parts of southern WA, SA and QLD.

Friday 22:00 EST

An inland low pressure system and trough are expected to bring showers, thunderstorms and possible hail to the eastern interior and seaboard. A high pressure system should direct showers in onshore winds to southern SA, while leading to a cold morning and warm day elsewhere.

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