A high is directing moist onshore winds to southeastern SA, western VIC and southwestern TAS. Cloud over central Australia with a trough is failing to produce any rain. A cold front moving over the Bight is producing a few thunderstorms, although contracted well offshore.
A high pressure ridge will steer moist winds onshore producing showers over the QLD and NSW coasts. Northwesterly winds ahead of a front will steer a hot airmass over southwestern parts of WA. A moist southwesterly flow will trigger light showers about western TAS.
A front and trough will produce gusty winds and heavy showers about southwestern parts of WA. A high pressure ridge will direct moist onshore winds to feed into an inland trough triggering thundery showers.
A trough and embedded low pressure system will move over southern WA producing heavy showers. A strong high pressure ridge will feed moist onshore winds into a weak inland trough producing showers over QLD. A high will keep the southeast mostly clear and dry.
A trough and embedded low will move over western parts of SA triggering showers, leaving an unstable southerly flow in it's wake. A ridge should steer moist southeasterly winds over QLD to produce isolated light showers. A ridge should keep southeastern parts mostly dry.
A trough and low should continue to move east over central parts of SA triggering heavy showers and the odd thunderstorm. Moist onshore winds steered by a high pressure ridge should generate showers over eastern parts of QLD.