Troughs in the north & west are maintaining heat, showers & storms in QLD, the NT & WA. A trough & front is bringing cool winds & showers to southwest WA. A low in the southeast is moving away, causing wind & showers to ease in TAS, southern VIC & southeast NSW.
Troughs with a front will bring gusty showers and storms to WA, the NT and western SA, while drawing heat over the rest of SA. A trough will continue driving showers and storms over eastern QLD and northeast NSW. A high will keep conditions settled over the southeast.
A broad trough will lead to showers and storms scattered over WA's Kimberley, the NT, SA and western VIC and NSW, while heat is drawn into NSW ahead of it. A pool of cold air with a trough will bring showers and some storms to WA's west and south. Settled in the east with a high.
An extensive area of low pressure with troughs and a front in the south will lead to widespread showers and storms stretching from the tropics, into the central/eastern interior and southeast. Onshore winds should also drive showers over southern WA and FNQ.
A broad trough with a low and front in the southeast will lead to widespread showers and storms over parts of the tropics, the NT, QLD, NSW, VIC and TAS. Onshore winds should also drive showers into southern SA and FNQ. A high with a drier airmass will help settled much of WA.
Troughs stretching over the north of Australia and into eastern QLD and northeast NSW should lead to showers and storms, most likely over the NT. Brisk winds with a nearby low should cause showers over southeast NSW, VIC and TAS. A high over the south will keep elsewhere settled.
04:58 AEDT The New South Wales government is being urged to issue a natural disaster declaration for parts of the Wollondilly Shire, south-west of Sydney, after a storm trashed the region over the weekend.