Australian Chart Summary

Tuesday - Latest

Troughs are triggering showers and storms in eastern WA, showers in SA's west & south, and a few light showers to western VIC. These troughs are also drawing heat into the central interior and the southeast. A high is keeping the east generally dry.

Wednesday 23:00 EDT

Troughs will trigger showers & storms in WA's interior & north, the NT & in QLD's north. Troughs will also drive hot winds across southwest QLD & the interiors of NSW, SA, the NT & WA. A high will keep much of NSW, VIC, TAS, SA & coastal WA dry.

Thursday 23:00 EDT

Troughs will generate showers & storms across WA, the NT, far north QLD, NSW & SA, while also directing hot winds across the interior. Highs will keep much of southern QLD, TAS & SA dry. A front will send cooling gusty winds across WA's far west.

Friday 23:00 EDT

Troughs will generate showers & storms across WA, the NT, SA, VIC, NSW & far north QLD, while directing hot winds over the central interior & NSW. A cold front will send cooling gusty winds & showers across far southern Australia.

Saturday 23:00 EDT

Troughs across the north will bring showers & storms to WA, NT & QLD, while maintaining heat across these areas & northern & central NSW. A trough & front will bring showers & storms to NSW, VIC & TAS. A high will gradually clear showers from SA & southern WA with gusty winds.

Sunday 23:00 EDT

A trough will move to the east, likely causing rain & storms in NSW, some intense, & showers & storms in eastern VIC & QLD. The trough will also confine heat to QLD. Other troughs will generate heat & storms in the country's north & west. A high should clear VIC, TAS & SA

Monday 23:00 EDT

The possible remnants of a tropical cyclone, along with troughs could deliver heavy rainfall and storms to QLD. Other troughs should bring showers and storms to parts of the NT, QLD, NSW, northern VIC and SA. High pressure should keep WA and TAS dry and mostly settled.

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