Australian Chart Summary

Monday - Latest

A monsoon-like trough and embedded low over the tropics is generating widespread rain and storms, mainly in the east. Troughs over parts of QLD, NSW, NT, northeastern SA and northern WA are triggering showers and storms. Mostly clear elsewhere under high pressure.

Tuesday 22:00 EDT

Troughs, and moist onshore winds will generate showers and storms to parts of the NT, QLD and eastern NSW, while also drawing hot air into the ACT. A front brushing the southeast will bring cool gusty W'ly winds, along with some showers to TAS.

Wednesday 22:00 EDT

Troughs and onshore winds will bring areas of showers and storms across the NT and tropical QLD, whilst also continuing to drag hot air into the ACT. A trough and cold front to the west may bring some showers to southwest WA, whilst beginning to drag hot air into the southeast.

Thursday 22:00 EDT

A low pressure trough should draw significant heat into SA, VIC and TAS, and may bring showers to parts of SA. Troughs and onshore winds look to continue triggering areas of shower and storm across the NT and tropical QLD. Settled conditions over NSW and VIC due to a high.

Friday 22:00 EDT

A trough and cold front across the south will draw in heat ahead of it into SA, VIC and TAS, and should bring a gusty cool change with showers and possible storms. Troughs and onshore winds to the north look to continue triggering showers and storms over the NT and QLD.

Saturday 22:00 EDT

A trough and front over the southeast will draw significant heat into the east, and should bring showers and cool, gusty winds into SA, VIC and TAS. Troughs and onshore winds look to continue triggering areas of showers and storms across the NT and tropical QLD.

Sunday 22:00 EDT

A trough and cold front to the south look to bring some showers and gusty cool SW'ly winds. A broad trough looks to generate areas of showers and storms across northern WA, the NT, QLD and NSW, whilst also drawing hot air into the east. High pressure building in the south.

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Healthy rainfall for many parts of Queensland

14:55 AEDT A monsoon-like synoptic pattern and humid winds from the Coral Sea are combining to generate welcome rain over a vast area of Queensland.

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