Australian Chart Summary

Friday - Latest

A trough over QLD & NSW is drawing tropical moisture through the NT and into QLD and NSW, triggering widespread showers, patches of heavy rain and an isolated thunderstorm or two. Onshore winds are bringing light showers to SA's south coast. Dry in the west under a high.

Friday 22:00 EST

A broad trough over QLD will generate scattered showers over eastern NT & western QLD, southern NSW and VIC. Moist onshore winds will trigger showers along the southern coasts and TAS. A trough along the southern QLD coast will lead to the development of shower activity.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A deepening trough over QLD will trigger widespread showers over north and eastern NT, QLD and north eastern NSW. A deepening trough along the east coast will continue to generate shower activity. Moist onshore winds will bring a few showers to coastal SA, Vic and TAS.

Sunday 22:00 EST

A trough and low off the eastern seaboard combined with an inland trough will bring widespread rain and showers to the entire eastern seaboard, Far North QLD and eastern Top End. Moist onshore flow will bring a few scattered showers to coastal parts of SA, VIC and western TAS.

Monday 22:00 EST

A low off NSW will bring widespread rain and showers to NSW, VIC and eastern QLD. Another trough over inland NSW will bring the rain further inland. Onshore flow winds may bring a shower to coastal parts of SA, western VIC and southwest TAS.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A low in the Tasman Sea with another trough in inland NSW & QLD may combine to generate widespread rain and shower activity, heaviest in the north. Onshore winds may bring a light shower to coastal parts of SW Tas, and SA.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A deep onshore flow and an inland trough may combine to bring further widespread shower activity to the eastern seaboard. A strong cold front will bring showers to southwest WA. Dry elsewhere under high pressure.

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