Australian Chart Summary

Sunday - Latest

A trough crossing southern WA is bringing some rain. A trough over NSW is generating a few showers. A high over central Australia is clearing cloud and showers across NSW, VIC and TAS, leading to a chilly night and morning ahead. Clear and settled elsewhere with the high.

Monday 22:00 EST

A cold front and trough will continue to cross southern WA, bringing gusty winds, showers and the odd storm. A high will bring a cold, foggy morning to the southeast. Onshore winds around the high will drive showers over TAS, southern VIC and east NSW.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A trough cold front will cross southern WA and reach western SA, bringing gusty winds, showers and isolated storms. A high over the southeast will lead to another cold morning. The high will drive onshore winds and showers over eastern NSW.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A cold front and a series of troughs will bring showers and storms to southwest and interior WA and southern SA. A high will begin to move offshore, sending onshore winds and showers along the eastern seaboard.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A deepening trough will trigger showers, storms and areas of rain over TAS, VIC, NSW and parts of the interior. A cold front will bring showers and gusty winds to southeast WA and southern SA. An offshore high will direct moist onshore winds and showers over eastern QLD.

Friday 22:00 EST

A deep low pressure trough will bring showers, storms and areas of rain to TAS, VIC, NSW and QLD, heaviest in NSW. A cold front will cross SA, generating gusty winds and showers in the south. A high will keep elsewhere mostly dry.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A complex low pressure system and associated troughs will bring showers and storms to TAS, VIC, NSW and eastern QLD. Onshore winds around a high will drive light showers over southern SA. Unstable winds ahead of a front will trigger showers over southwest WA.

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Thick fog blankets the southeast

12:37 AEST Parts of South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales woke up to dense fog on Sunday morning, with further morning fog likely in the coming days.  Visibility plunged to 100m or below in parts of the three states.

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