Australian Chart Summary

Saturday - Latest

Broad regions of low pressure are triggering showers and thunderstorms in WA, SA and the NT. Hot northerly winds are moving ahead of this trough, drawing inland heat to the east. A high pressure system in the south is bringing settled weather to VIC and TAS.

Sunday 22:00 EDT

A front will move over SA, VIC and TAS bringing a late cooler change, increased winds, showers and thunderstorms. A series of troughs will also continue to generate showers and storms over inland WA, the NT & QLD. Heat will continue to filter ahead of a trough over NSW & QLD.

Monday 22:00 EDT

A low pressure trough will push hot air over NSW and QLD and producing showers and storms in NSW and southern QLD, bringing cooler air in its wake. Lingering troughs will also trigger showers and storms over eastern WA, the NT and northern SA.

Tuesday 22:00 EDT

A low pressure trough will produce showers and storms over NSW and QLD with heat focussed to its north. A second trough should also produce widespread showers and storms over SA and northern WA and southern NT. A trough may bring a late cool change to the southwest.

Wednesday 22:00 EDT

A low and front should bring rain, storms and a cool change to SA and parts of southern WA, whilst drawing heat into SA. A broad low pressure trough should continue to trigger showers and thunderstorms over northern WA, the NT, QLD and northeastern NSW.

Thursday 22:00 EDT

A cold front should move across the south, leading to showers and storms over SA, VIC and TAS. A preceding inland trough will trigger storms over northern WA and the NT interior. A second trough should trigger storms over northeastern NSW and southeastern QLD

Friday 22:00 EDT

A cold front should trigger showers and storms over TAS and southern VIC. A deep low pressure trough should generate showers and storms over WA, the NT and QLD. A high should keep elsewhere clear

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