A front and trough over southwestern parts of WA is triggering showers. A large high over the east is bringing a cool and frosty morning for large parts of QLD, NSW, VIC and SA, with a sunny day to follow. Gusty onshore winds are causing light showers over tropical QLD.
A high will bring a cold, frosty morning and cool, mostly sunny day to SA, TAS, VIC, NSW, southern QLD and southern NT. A front will bring a colder change to western and southern WA but only light showers. A weak trough in the north will cause showers in the northern tropics.
A front will bring strong winds, showers and a colder change to SA, TAS, VIC and later southern NSW. Snow will develop on the Alps later. A weak trough will cause light showers in eastern QLD and the northern tropics. A high will keep the rest of the country dry.
A front will bring colder, blustery winds, showers and mountain snow to NSW, VIC and TAS. A high will cause wind to ease and most showers to clear in western VIC, SA and southern WA. A trough will cause light showers in the northeast tropics.
A high will bring a cold morning and generally dry day to southern parts of WA, NT and QLD and NSW, VIC and inland SA. Westerly winds and a weak trough will cause a few showers in southern SA, VIC and TAS. Weak trough sin the north will cause light showers in the tropics.
A front will bring cold, showery winds to southern WA and cause wind to increase and showers to develop in SA, TAS and VIC. A high will bring a chilly morning and dry day to most of NSW and southern QLD. Weak troughs will cause showers in eastern QLD and the northeast tropics.
18:00 EST The cold fronts that have frozen southeastern Australia haven't had the gas to push far enough north to cool Darwin, with heat records for the NT capital.