A deep trough and front is triggering showers and thunderstorms over the NT, QLD and NSW and showers in VIC and TAS. Another trough is causing thundery showers over northern parts of WA. A high is bringing settled weather to southern and central WA and western parts of SA.
A low pressure trough and associated cold front will shift east leading to a cool change, showers, gusty winds and isolated thunderstorms over NSW and QLD. A region of low pressure is likely to generate heavy showers and thunderstorms over northern WA and the NT.
A gusty southerly airflow will continue over eastern VIC, NSW and QLD leading to coastal showers and cool conditions. A low pressure trough over the tropics will produce thundery showers. Conditions should remain stable elsewhere under a high pressure ridge.
A moist onshore airflow will feed a weak inland trough leading to showers over QLD's coast and ranges. A weak trough over WA may trigger the odd light isolated thundery shower. A region of low pressure may also produce the odd shower over the Top End.
Warmth should filter over SA ahead of a low pressure trough and associated cold front before producing showers and a cool change. This trough may also produce isolated light showers over WA. A moist onshore breeze may maintain showers over coastal QLD.
Warm air ahead of a trough will lead to a peak in temperatures over NSW before generating isolated showers over SA, VIC, NSW and TAS. A region of low pressure should maintain the treat of showers and thunderstorms over the Top End and Cape York Peninsula.
11:52 EDT Victoria and Tasmania won't have time to recover from damaging winds this morning, with rain threatening to cause flooding across both states in the next 24 hours.