Australian Chart Summary

Tuesday - Latest

Inland troughs over in interior and NSW/QLD are generating scattered thunderstorms and showers, mainly over southwest QLD and eastern WA. Low pressure is bringing the odd storm and shower to the tropics, whilst another trough is triggering the showers and storms over SE QLD.

Wednesday 22:00 EDT

A trough lingering over the inland NSW will draw a humid airmass and bring showers across VIC, NSW and southern QLD. Another trough will generate showers across SA. Onshore winds will cause light showers in parts of TAS. Showers will remain in the northern tropics.

Thursday 22:00 EDT

A trough in the east will generate showers across TAS, VIC, NSW & southern QLD. Another trough over the interior will produce showers and storms in SA. Cool southerly winds will bring light showers to southwestern WA. A weakening trough across the tropics will generate showers.

Friday 22:00 EDT

A front crossing the southeast will send cooler and damaging southwesterly winds across SA & VIC, and combine with a trough to generate rainfall across SA, VIC, TAS, & NSW. Warmth will filter into NSW. Onshore winds will continue triggering showers across the southern coasts.

Saturday 22:00 EDT

A deep low will generate showers, cool and strong winds over TAS, VIC, and southern parts of SA and NSW. A trough will trigger showers in northern NSW and southern QLD coasts. Another trough will produce showers and storms over inland QLD and the NT.

Sunday 22:00 EST

Cool onshore winds in the wake of a front should bring showers to southeast SA, VIC and TAS. A broad trough may trigger showers and storms across the NT, QLD, and northern WA. Light showers could continue over southern WA coast.

Monday 22:00 EST

Cool onshore winds in the wake of a front may trigger light showers over VIC and TAS. A trough could generate showers over the southeastern QLD and northern NSW coast. Another trough may generate thundery showers over Kimberley and nearby areas of the NT.

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