Australian Chart Summary

Saturday - Latest

A low, front and trough are bringing gusty winds, showers and highland snow to south east SA, NSW, VIC and TAS. An area of low pressure over the NT is generating showers and storms. A trough over southwest WA is causing showers.

Saturday 22:00 EST

Cold winds in the wake of one front, and with another, will bring gusty showers to the southeastern SA, VIC, TAS and southern NSW. A trough in the west will generate showers and storms over the southwest as well as over northern and western parts of the NT.

Sunday 22:00 EST

A broad trough and embedded lows over the northwest tropics and southern interior should trigger showers and a few storms, mainly WA and SA. A firm high pressure ridge over the east will bring a cold night to the southeast. A front should bring a few showers to TAS.

Monday 22:00 EST

A broad trough and embedded lows over the northwest tropics and south should trigger showers and storms, heavy in southeast WA and western SA. Onshore winds may bring showers to parts of the east coast. Onshore winds ahead of a front should bring showers to southwest WA.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A low and trough over the interior and south may trigger showers and storms in southern NT, SA and western parts of NSW and VIC. Onshore winds around a high pressure ridge should bring showers to parts of eastern NSW and QLD, and southwest WA. Mostly clear and hot in the north.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A trough over the southeast should generate showers and storms in NSW, eastern SA, VIC and TAS. Onshore winds ahead of a front should bring showers to TAS. A trough in the southwest should generate showers over WA. A low pressure trough should direct warmth over the southeast.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A cold front should generate gusty showers over TAS and southern TAS. Onshore winds may trigger showers over southwestern WA. A trough in the north may generate a few thundery showers. The same trough extending across the interior should direct warmth to the south.

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