Australian Chart Summary

Wednesday - Latest

A trough and low is generating showers and storms, some intense, in parts of QLD, NSW and VIC. A trough is triggering showers and storms in the Top End and WA. A trough and front moving into SA is causing patchy rain. Moist easterly winds are bringing showers to parts of TAS.

Thursday 22:00 EDT

Troughs will generate thunderstorms and showers in northern WA, SA, VIC, the ACT and NSW and a few in QLD, the NT and TAS. Troughs will also draw hot winds across northern Australia and warm winds across southern QLD and northern NSW. A high will clear southern WA in brisk winds.

Friday 22:00 EDT

Troughs will merge in the east to generate breezy winds, showers and storms in SA, VIC, the ACT and NSW and the odd shower in TAS. A trough in the north and west will maintain heat and thunderstorms in north QLD, the NT and northern WA. Warming winds will reach southwest WA.

Saturday 22:00 EDT

A trough in the east will be slow-moving, causing showers and storms in VIC, the ACT, NSW and QLD, heaviest in NSW and southeast QLD. A trough in the north and west will cause storms in the northern tropics and WA while a front cools the west with breezy winds and showers.

Sunday 22:00 EDT

A trough in the east should weaken but still trigger showers and a few storms in eastern VIC, the ACT, eastern NSW and southeast QLD. The trough in the north and west will maintain heat and storms in the northwest and interior and showers and storms in western and southern WA.

Monday 22:00 EDT

A trough in the west should cause showers and storms in WA, mainly the south, and western SA. The trough will also draw heat over the interior towards SA. A trough in the east will combine with moist easterly winds, causing showers and a few storms in NSW and QLD, mainly coastal.

Tuesday 22:00 EDT

Moist winds will feed a trough in the east, bringing further showers and storms to eastern QLD and eastern NSW. Another trough will draw very warm winds across the central and eastern interior. A front will help bring a cooler change, showers and a few storms to SA later.

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Summarising rain in Darwin so far this month

13:14 AEDT La Nina has already made its presence felt in Darwin, with this month already being the wettest October since 2010 - coincident with the last strong La Nina event.

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