A monsoon trough with Tropical Cyclone Alfred are generating gusty storms and heavy showers about the Gulf of Carpentaria. A trough in the west is causing showers and storms over WA. A building high pressure ridge is introducing settled conditions across the southeast.
Tropical cyclone Alfred will continue to bring storms and heavy showers to NT and QLD. A trough in the west will cause showers over southern WA. A high pressure will drive onshore winds and showers over northern NSW and southeastern QLD.
A monsoon trough and embedded low will cause heavy showers and storms over NT and northern QLD. A high pressure will continue to drive onshore winds and showers over northern NSW and southeastern QLD. A cold front will bring showers to TAS and western VIC.
A trough and embedded tropical low should cause showers and storms over northern parts of the NT and QLD, extending into northwestern WA. A high and onshore winds could cause showers over eastern QLD. A high pressure over the Bight should keep elsewhere mainly dry.
A monsoon trough should continue to bring storms and heavy showers to the NT and northern parts of QLD. Troughs in the west and east could trigger showers and a few storms over NSW and QLD, and isolated storms over WA. A high pressure should see elsewhere mostly dry.
A monsoon trough should continue to bring heavy showers and storms to the tropics. A weak trough could cause showers and storms over NSW and QLD. A high should drive moist onshore winds and showers over eastern NSW and QLD. A high pressure should keep elsewhere mostly dry.
13:45 AEDT Early today, a tropical low that has been lingering over the Gulf of Carpentaria was upgraded to tropical cyclone.