Australian Chart Summary

Monday - Latest

A low with troughs and a cold front are generating showers, thunderstorms and highland snow over parts of NSW, with showers over eastern VIC and southeast QLD. A pre-frontal trough in the west is bringing a few showers to southwestern WA. Dry elsewhere with a high.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A low pressure system with troughs and a front will deepen over the Tasman Sea bringing rain to eastern parts of NSW, VIC and TAS. A front and trough to the west will bring showers and storms to southwest WA. High pressure elsewhere will bring settled conditions.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A low over the Tasman Sea will direct showers and gusty winds across eastern parts of NSW, VIC and TAS, as well as dangerous surf. A trough approaching WA will bring some late showers and storms. Onshore winds should bring a few showers to the tropical north and eastern TAS.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A low over the Tasman Sea will continue bringing showers and sizeable surf to eastern parts of TAS, VIC, NSW and SE QLD. A front and trough should bring rain and storms to southwest WA. A dominant region of high pressure looks to keep elsewhere mostly dry with clearer skies.

Friday 22:00 EST

A front and trough should bring showers and brisk winds to southwest WA. Onshore winds may cause showers over coastal parts of NSW and SE QLD. A low exiting the east Tasman Sea will continue generating sizeable swell directed towards the Eastern Seaboard.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A trough and cold front may bring rainfall across western parts of WA. Onshore winds around a broad, dominant high could trigger showers over western TAS, coastal NSW and SE QLD. This High should keep elsewhere mostly dry with clearer skies and settled conditions.

Sunday 22:00 EST

A cold front may bring gusty showers and alpine snow to the southeast. Onshore winds may bring coastal showers to QLD, SA, and WA. A high pressure system in the west should keep elsewhere settled, and direct gusty winds to the north.

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Wet and windy night ahead for southwestern Australia

16:52 AEST A cold front will cause a burst of wind, rain and thunderstorms over southwestern Australia on Monday night and Tuesday morning, with damaging winds likely in some areas.

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