Australian Chart Summary

Monday - Latest

Troughs and a low pressure system are bringing heavy rain and gusty storms over northern WA. A trough over central QLD is triggering some storms. A cold front and blocking high are generating scattered showers/storms to SA, southern NT, western NSW and northestern VIC.

Wednesday 22:00 EDT

A trough and low over eastern Australia will generate widespread showers/storms with posssible heavy falls in central/eastern QLD/NSW. A trough lingering WA will bring scattered showers to northern/western parts. A high pressure ridge should keep SA, VIC and TAS mostly clear.

Thursday 22:00 EDT

A low in central Australia will trigger widespread showers over western QLD, the NT and western SA. A low and trough over northern WA will bring showers and storms over the northwestern areas. Mostly clear in TAS with a high pressure system.

Friday 22:00 EDT

Lows and troughs over SA and the NT should trigger widespread showers and possible storms. A trough extending over western WA will lead to scattered showers and possible storms in the north and west. Onshore winds will bring showers and storms over eastern QLD/NSW.

Saturday 22:00 EDT

A low and trough over SA will trigger widespread showers and possible storms over SA and interior. A trough extending over the northern WA into northwestern NT will lead to scattered showers and possible storms. Onshore winds will bring showers and storms over eastern QLD/NSW.

Sunday 22:00 EDT

A low and trough over SA will trigger widespread showers and possible storms over SA, interior and the NT. A low and trough over northern WA will lead to scattered showers and possible storms. A high should keep TAS and eastern VIC mostly clear.

Saturday 22:00 EDT

A broad trough extending over northern WA and the NT may cause widespread showers and storms through western QLD/NSW/VIC and SA. A low to the east could generate showers along the eastern coastline. A high pressure is keeping southern WA clearer.

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