Australian Chart Summary

Monday - Latest

A low, front & troughs is generating gusty winds, heavy showers, storms & large surf in the west. Troughs in the east with moist onshore winds are causing showers and the odd storm in southeast QLD and eastern NSW. A high is keeping much of central Australia, SA, TAS & VIC dry.

Monday 22:00 EST

Troughs & a low will generate rain, storms & blustery winds across WA, some intense. Troughs in the east will cause isolated showers & storms in QLD & NSW, heaviest on the coast. A high will keep much of SA, VIC & TAS generally dry, leading to another chilly morning in VIC & TAS.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

Trough should weaken as they cross WA, causing blustery winds to ease, but still bringing rain & storms to southern areas as well as SA's west. Troughs in the east may weaken, with only light falls possible inland, heavier about the coasts.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

Troughs should cause rain & storms to scatter across much of SA, NSW & eastern QLD. Moist southeasterly winds with a coastal trough will maintain showers across the east coast. Onshore winds in WA's south should bring showers. A high should keep much of VIC, WA & TAS dry.

Thursday 22:00 EST

Troughs should bring rain & storms across eastern and northern NSW, eastern QLD, western VIC, southern SA and southwest WA. A front may bring further showers to TAS. Onshore winds for SA's south coast should bring some showers. A high should keep most of the interior dry.

Friday 22:00 EST

A trough and low off the east coast may bring further showers to eastern QLD and NSW. A trough and front in the south should bring showers and storms to parts of SA, southern WA, NSW, VIC and TAS. A trough in WA's west may bring showers.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A trough and low off the east coast may bring further showers to eastern VIC, eastern NSW and TAS. Onshore winds could bring showers to the southern coasts of SA, VIC and WA and northern QLD. A trough in WA's west may bring showers. A high should keep the interior dry.

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