Australian Chart Summary

Sunday - Latest

Brisk winds with and behind a cold front are causing showers for TAS and VIC, falling as snow in the TAS highlands. An inland trough over WA is producing some patchy rain and thunderstorms. Onshore winds are bringing a few showers to coastal QLD, mainly in the north.

Monday 22:00 EST

Southwesterly winds will ease over VIC, TAS and NSW, allowing showers to clear. A trough will spread patchy rain and cloud across eastern WA and SA, while unstable winds in the Bight bring more showers to the southern coasts. Mostly dry elsewhere under a large ridge.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A trough will spread cloud and rain across SA and into NSW and southern QLD. A front will approach SA later, bringing showers to coastal WA and TAS along with a cold burst of winds. A high will weaken over NSW after allowing a cold morning, and will send showery winds over QLD.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

Troughs running across QLD, NSW and VIC should continue to produce areas of rain and the odd storm. A low and front may stall over SA, leading to rain, and another front may slip south to TAS, also delivering rain. A high should clear WA as well as sending in fresh easterlies.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A low and trough may deepen and deliver rain to eastern QLD and NSW, whilst also drawing in cooler southerly winds. A front should slip away past TAS, but cold southerly winds will remain. A broad high should start to clear VIC and TAS whilst keeping WA dry and sunny.

Friday 22:00 EST

A low is likely to deepen over the Tasman Sea, delivering blustery rain to the NSW coast while a trough moves away from QLD. A high will bring a cold morning to SA and TAS, before leading to a sunny and dry day. Mild easterly winds will persist in WA.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A cold front will send blustery showers to VIC and TAS with the chance of highland snow in TAS. Onshore winds will push showers over the QLD and southern WA coasts. Moist, easterly winds will bring showers to the Top End. High pressure will keep it mostly dry elsewhere.

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Wild weather on the way for New South Wales

12:42 AEST After a month of mostly high pressure, a cold front and trough will bump away the high and bring some woolly weather later this week to parts of New South Wales.

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