A broad trough extending from central WA to TAS is triggering showers and storms for WA, SA and VIC and showers for TAS and NSW. This trough is also filtering hot northerly winds ahead of it. A high is keeping eastern parts of the nation generally dry and clear.
A trough will generate rain areas and thunderstorms over inland WA, SA, VIC, southern NSW while also directing heat to the east. A cold front will spread showers over southeast SA, VIC and TAS. Another trough will lead to thundery showers over the tropics.
A trough will filter hot air over NSW and QLD, while triggering isolated showers and thunderstorms. Another trough will lead to showers and storms over WA and the Top End, heaviest about the interior. A cold front will drive a few showers over TAS, VIC and southeast SA.
A trough will continue to cause showers and storms over northeast NSW and eastern QLD, while filtering heat into the region. Another trough will trigger thundery showers in WA and western parts of the NT. A cold front will drive gusty winds and showers over southern VIC and TAS.
A trough will continue to cause showers and storms over northeast NSW and QLD. Another trough will bring thunderstorms to western and northern WA and the NT Top End, heaviest about the interior. Highs will keep elsewhere dry apart from the odd shower in southeast NSW and TAS.
A trough in the east will linger, generating showers and thunderstorms, mostly in QLD. Another trough in the west will also bring a few showers and thunderstorms to WA and the NT Top End. Westerlies will produce light showers in western TAS, while a high will keep elsewhere dry.
17:08 EDT A high pressure ridge cleared skies and a cool air mass created the perfect conditions for temperatures to drop well below the monthly average in parts of New South Wales.