Australian Chart Summary

Sunday - Latest

A large cold front is clearing NSW, bringing cold gusty winds in its wake. A weak trough following this front is causing scattered showers over VIC, falling as snow in some places. A high pressure system in the south is bringing a sunny and settled day.

Monday 22:00 EST

A cold front crossing the southeast will trigger gusty showers over VIC and TAS. Brisk winds in the wake of this front will bring a few showers to SA's southeast. A trough and low pressure system will deepen over southwest WA, generating a few showers and the odd thunderstorm.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

Patchy showers will continue over VIC and TAS in the wake of a front, falling as snow in the Alpine region. A weak trough and front will bring showers and storms to WA's southwest corner. High pressure will lead to a chilly morning for eastern inland, followed by a sunny day.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A low pressure system near SA will begin to deepen, bringing widespread cloud, showers and gusty winds. Brisk cold south westerlies will bring showers to the WA coast. A high pressure system in the east will lead to a chilly morning, especially inland.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A deepening low and trough over SA looks to bring widepsread cloud and showers, as well as possible thunderstorms. Brisk wind in the wake of this system may lead to a few showers about the southern coast. A cold front approaching TAS could cause showers and winds to increase.

Friday 22:00 EST

An inland low pressure trough looks to shift east, bringing showers, thunderstorms and possible hail over parts of QLD and NSW. Onshore winds along the QLD coast could trigger a few showers. High pressure will build in the south and west.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A trough could continue to bring rain and storms to central and eastern parts of QLD and northern NSW, some heavy. A low pressure trough and front look to approach WA's southwest, causing wind and rain to increase. A high pressure ridge over VIC and TAS should bring a sunny day.

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