A trough is triggering showers and storms over NSW and southern QLD while a vigorous front brings frosty gales and showers to SA, VIC, and TAS. A high pressure ridge is keeping most of WA clear and cool. A low near the NT Top End is bringing strong winds and rain.
A low and associated trough over NT look to cause heavy rain and storms over the tropics. A trough in the west may also generate showers and storms. Rain and winds will spread over TAS and VIC behind a front. A high looks to bring sunny and stable conditions inland.
A high may lead to a cold morning for the southern and southeastern inland followed by mostly sunny day. Cold onshore winds may bring more showers to the VIC, SA, and TAS coasts. A low may weaken over the tropics. A trough in the west may cause storms.
A large high pressure system looks to bring sunny skies for large parts of the country, leading to cool overnight conditions inland. Onshore winds may continue to bring showers to parts of SA, VIC and TAS. A trough in the north could produce showers and storms, some heavy.
A large high in the south will bring sunny and settled conditions for most of the country. A trough in the far north may cause showers and storms across tropical parts of WA, the NT and QLD. Onshore winds could trigger showers to TAS, VIC and SA.
A low and trough in the north should bring showers and storms over the tropics. A trough in the west may cause showers. Moist onshore winds may bring showers to the norther NSW and QLD coast. Onshore winds in the south could trigger showers along the SA coast.
15:06 AEST Night-time temperatures will drop well below average in the Capital from Wednesday.