Australian Chart Summary

Tuesday - Latest

A trough across the interior is producing a few showers and storms, mainly over SA. Another trough in the east, combined with moist onshore winds is generating a few storms, some intense. A weak front clipping the southwest is causing the odd shower.

Wednesday 22:00 EDT

A broad trough combined with a front in the southeast should bring widespread showers and storms to TAS, VIC, NSW, QLD and southeast SA, heaviest about coastal areas. A high in the west should bring settled weather over much of WA, whilst allowing heat to build in the northwest.

Thursday 22:00 EDT

A broad trough extending from northwest WA to southeast QLD may trigger showers and thunderstorms, mainly QLD coast and potentially severe storms. A weak front and trough passing the southeast may cause a few showers in VIC, TAS and NSW.

Friday 22:00 EDT

A cold front should generate showers and gusty winds across TAS, and southern parts of SA and VIC. A low pressure trough in the west should generate a few showers and storms, mainly WA. A trough and onshore winds on the central QLD coast may cause a few showers and storms.

Saturday 22:00 EDT

Moist southeast winds behind a front may generate showers and gusty winds to VIC and TAS. A trough over western WA and southern parts of the NT may trigger the odd shower and storm. Another trough over the central coast of QLD may bring the odd shower and storm.

Sunday 22:00 EDT

A trough combined with moist onshore winds may produce showers and isolated storms along the northeast NSW and central south east QLD coasts. A trough in the west, along with an upper level trough may bring showers and the odd storm to parts of WA and western WA.

Monday 22:00 EDT

Troughs in the west may bring further showers and storms to parts of WA and western SA. A trough in the east should weaken, bringing lingering showers and the odd storm to southeast QLD. A high should clear the southeast.

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