Australian Chart Summary

Monday - Latest

A trough and lows are triggering showers and thunderstorms over WA and SA, some severe over SA, with hot winds ahead of it. A broad trough over the NT and QLD is also generating thunderstorms. A deepening monsoon trough is sparking storms over the tropics.

Monday 22:00 EDT

A trough will draw hot winds then rain and storms across northern SA, TAS, VIC and western NSW. Some rain and storms will become very heavy. Troughs in the north will cause showers and storms in QLD, the NT and WA, mainly the tropics. A high will clear southern WA.

Tuesday 22:00 EDT

A trough will generate heat then rain and storms across the interior, NSW and QLD. Some rain will become very heavy with storms. A front should bring brisk winds and a colder, showery change to VIC and TAS while a high clears SA with drier southerlies.

Wednesday 22:00 EDT

A monsoon trough will maintain thundery showers over the tropics. A trough extending from western QLD to northern NSW will trigger heavy rain and thunderstorms. A high pressure system will keep southern WA, SA and VIC mostly dry.

Thursday 22:00 EDT

The monsoon trough will continue to deliver thundery showers across the tropics. A trough over QLD and NSW will contract to the east triggering thundery showers over northern NSW and southeastern QLD. A front will slip south of WA bringing showers to the southwest.

Friday 22:00 EDT

An active monsoon trough and developing low shall bring heavy rain, thunderstorms and gusty winds to the tropics. A broad trough will filter hot conditions over the southeast, whilst triggering storms over NSW and QLD. A high should keep SA and southern WA dry.

Saturday 22:00 EDT

An active monsoon trough and developing low will direct showers to the Kiberley, NT's Top End and tropical QLD. A broad trough will drag heat to the coast and trigger some thundery showers to QLD and NSW. A broad high over the Bight will keep elsewhere mostly dry.

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