Australian Chart Summary

Monday - Latest

A trough just off the NSW and southeast QLD coasts is triggering widespread heavy showers in the east, with storms remaining offshore. A trough and cold front crossing SA is causing a few showers. High pressure is resulting in mostly clear skies elsewhere.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

An approaching low pressure trough and cold front will cause showers to increase over western parts of WA. Onshore winds will produce rain, mainly about eastern NSW and eastern QLD. A high should bring settled conditions for the interior as well as VIC and SA.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A deepening low pressure trough and cold front could cause heavy showers and storms over WA's west and southwest. Onshore winds may produce showers along the east coast. A high in the southeast should lead to a sunny day for SA and VIC as well as the interior.

Thursday 22:00 EST

Onshore winds along the NSW and QLD coast look to cause widespread light showers. A deep low pressure trough and cold front in the west could trigger widespread and heavy showers and thunderstorms. Ahead of this trough, warmer air may move into parts of SA.

Friday 22:00 EST

A low pressure trough and cold front look to move over SA and gradually weaken, bringing showers. Onshore winds along the QLD and NSW coast could bring widespread showers. Cool and unstable southerly winds over southern WA may trigger showers and the odd storm.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A cold front and trough should push east, bringing rain and storms to southeastern SA, VIC, TAS and NSW. Onshore winds may also bring showers to southwestern SA and coastal NSW and QLD. Onshore winds ahead of another front should bring showers to southwest WA.

Sunday 22:00 EST

In the wake of a front, TAS and VIC could have showers and lingering storms. Onshore winds along the eastern seaboard may trigger showers. A front approaching the southwest may generate a few showers. High pressure over the interior and north should cause dry conditions

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