Queensland Satellite Notes
Wispy high cloud over southern QLD is associated with a low pressure trough further south and is not triggering any rain. Patchy low cloud along the tropical coast with onshore winds is causing the odd shower. Skies are otherwise clear under a high pressure ridge.
It will be a thundery end to the week in New South Wales, with storms possible each day from now until Sunday.
It will be a warm Wednesday for those living along the eastern seaboard as the spring temperature see-saw takes a swing.
West Australian cherry growers could benefit from the massive drop in cherries expected to be grown on the east coast of Australia.