Australian Chart Summary

Monday - Latest

A trough over northern WA and parts of the NT is triggering showers and thunderstorms. A trough over central QLD is causing a few light showers. A cold front clearing the southeast is leaving showers in its wake over southeast NSW, VIC, TAS and southeast SA.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A low and trough will bring showers and storms to the NT. A southern high will continue to cause southwesterly winds and rainfall for VIC and TAS. A trough over QLD will trigger the odd shower and storm for the north. Warm easterly winds for WA and SA.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A trough and front will bring a cool breezy change and rain for southwestern WA. A high over NSW will drive cool winds and showers for southwestern VIC and TAS, and coastal NSW. A trough in the north will generate rain for eastern QLD. Warm winds for SA, eastern WA, and NT.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A low pressure trough may continue to bring rain and storms to southeastern QLD and northeast NSW. A cold front could generate showers and cool, gusty winds over TAS. Moist onshore winds and a trough in southern WA could trigger isolated showers.

Friday 22:00 EST

Moist onshore winds and a trough may trigger showers in southern WA. A cold front could bring showers to southeastern SA and TAS. Onshore winds could generate showers in southeast QLD.

Saturday 22:00 EST

Moist winds driven by a southern high and a trough extending over WA, NT, and QLD may trigger showers in eastern WA, northwestern and southern SA, VIC, southeastern NSW, and TAS. Cool breezy onshore winds expected for eastern QLD and western WA.

Sunday 22:00 EST

A trough over the east may bring isolated showers to southern QLD and coastal NSW. A trough over WA looks to trigger showers and possible storms. Cool southwesterly winds could bring rainfall to southwestern VIC and TAS.

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