A low and trough in WA are generating rain and storms over the west, leading to flooding in the Pilbara and inland Gascoyne. A monsoon trough is causing showers and storms in the tropics. Troughs in the east are bringing potentially severe storms to parts of QLD and NSW.
A tropical low in the northwest will generate gusty showers and storms over northern WA. Troughs in the east will cause showers and the odd storm over QLD and NSW. A monsoon trough continues to bring showers and storms over the tropics.
A low and associated trough will generate rain and strong winds to norther parts of WA. Onshore winds and a trough in the east will showers and the odd storm over NSW and QLD.
A monsoon trough will cause showers and storms across the tropics.
A trough with an embedded low over WA could generate showers and thunderstorms. A monsoon trough should continue to trigger storms across the tropics, heavy in parts. Onshore winds may bring scattered showers to eastern QLD and NSW.
A trough in the north should generate showers and storms in the tropics. Another trough over central/eastern parts should trigger a few showers, whilst directing hot air towards the QLD and NSW coast. A trough in the west should bring showers and the odd storm to parts of WA.
A monsoon trough should continue to generate showers and storms across the tropics. A trough in the west may bring showers and storms to parts of WA. Another trough in central parts/in the east and onshore winds could cause showers over the NSW and QLD coast.
15:39 AEDT Queensland may see its first tropical cyclone in two years in coming days, although the situation is still hard to call.