Australia Satellite Notes
Thick over NSW with a cold front is producing areas of rain and the odd thunderstorm. Patchy cloud over southeastern parts SA, VIC, TAS and southern NSW in moist unstable air is causing showers. Cloud crossing WA with an approaching low and trough is generating patchy light rain.
Winter is finally over, so what can we expect for the next few months and, more importantly, why? Sean Carson at the Bureau of Meteorology said springtime in the capital is marked by warmer, windier weather.
The latest bushfire outlook indicates a heightened risk of forest fires in southern Australia this summer.
After one of the best starts to a season in a decade, disappointing winter rain has dwindled crop prospects in Western Australia's Eastern Wheatbelt.