A trough & low is causing showers & storms over southern WA. Moist onshore winds in the wake of a southerly change are bringing showers to northeast NSW & southeast QLD. A high over VIC is clearing skies over the southeast.
A low with troughs should generate showers and storms across SA, VIC, NSW, and southern QLD whilst filtering warm air southwards. High pressure will act to clear showers in WA. Moist winds will trigger the odd shower and storm over the far northern tropics.
A low and broad trough will move east causing widespread rain, showers and thunderstorms across much of eastern Australia. Cool onshore winds should direct a few showers over southern SA. An approaching trough should generate showers in WA's southwest.
A trough and low should track east, bringing rain, showers and thunderstorms, heavy in southeast QLD, northeast NSW, and possibly TAS. Unstable easterlies will cause a few storms over the Top End of NT. Cool onshore winds look to direct a few showers over southern SA and WA.
A trough over eastern AUS should move offshore, bringing rain, showers and thunderstorms as it crosses, heavy in southeast QLD and northeast NSW. A trough crossing WA may generate showers and storms. Cool onshore winds look to direct a few showers over southern SA, VIC and TAS.
Drier, westerly winds will affect the southeast, though a few showers are likely to persist over NSW, VIC and TAS. A trough or front should start to cross SA, bringing a fresh burst of showers there. Becoming warm over the eastern inland ahead of the trough.
15:18 AEST A low pressure system is generating a series of cold fronts that are likely to affect WA later this week.