Australian Chart Summary

Wednesday - Latest

A monsoon trough and lows are generating heavy rain & storms across the northern tropics. Other troughs are triggering showers & storms in the central & western interior & southern WA & a few showers in the country's southeast, mainly on the NSW coast.

Thursday 22:00 EDT

A monsoon trough & lows will generate heavy rain & storms about Cape York Peninsula & the Kimberley & showers & storms elsewhere in the northern tropics. Troughs will scatter showers & storms over the interior, Nullarbor, SA, VIC & NSW. Moist showery winds for the east coast.

Friday 22:00 EDT

A monsoon trough will cause rain & storms across the northern tropics, heavy near lows about Cape York & the Kimberley, leading to flooding. Troughs will scatter showers & storms over the interior, SA, NSW, VIC & TAS, heavy in places. Showery winds will persist on the east coast.

Saturday 22:00 EDT

Monsoon lows will generate intense rain, storms & wind in the northern tropics, most likely the Kimberley & Cape York areas. Troughs will trigger heavy showers & storms in NSW, VIC & TAS & a few storms in western QLD & northwest WA. A front will bring strong, showery winds to TAS

Sunday 22:00 EDT

Monsoon lows will generate intense rain, storms & wind in the northern tropics, most likely northern WA. Troughs will trigger showers & storms elsewhere across the northern tropics & the western interior & the odd storm in the southeast. Moist showery winds for the east coast.

Monday 22:00 EDT

Monsoon lows will generate intense rain, storms & wind in the northern tropics, most likely the WA Pilbara. Troughs will trigger showers & storms elsewhere across the northern tropics, the northern & western interior & the southeast, some heavy. Showery winds for the QLD coast.

Tuesday 22:00 EDT

A monsoon trough will generate storms across the northern tropics, some heavy. Other troughs will cause storms in western QLD & NSW. A low may form in the southeast, likely causing wind & showers to increase in TAS, VIC & southeast NSW. Dry winds continuing to heat WA's west.

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