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Australian Chart Summary

Sunday - Latest

A trough extending from northwest WA to SA is triggering isolated thunderstorms and showers. Thunderstorms occurring in SA have the potential to become severe, with damaging wind gusts a risk. Another trough over the southeast is causing showers and the odd thunderstorm.

Sunday 22:00 EDT

A cold front will cross SA bringing showers and the odd storm along with a cooler airmass. An associated trough extending to WA will cause the showers and storms. A very hot airmass ahead of the system will filter into western NSW and QLD.

Monday 22:00 EDT

A trough will produce showers and thunderstorms across central and southeastern QLD and northern NSW as it draws hot, gusty winds towards the coasts. Moist westerly winds between cold fronts will cause showers over TAS and southern VIC.

Tuesday 22:00 EDT

A trough will linger over the north of the nation generating showers and storms. A cooler airmass in it's wake will spread through NSW and southern QLD. A cold front will cross TAS and southern VIC causing showers and storms. A high will keep much of the south dry.

Wednesday 22:00 EDT

A deepening low pressure system over WA will cause heavy showers and storms, especially in the south. A trough will linger over QLD triggering showers and few storms. Moist westerly winds will generate showers over TAS. Highs will keep elsewhere mostly dry.

Thursday 22:00 EDT

A trough over southern QLD and northeast NSW will deepen causing showers and storms. Another trough will cross southern WA generating showers and storms. A hot airmass ahead of the trough will filter into SA. Moist onshore winds winds will trigger a few showers over TAS.

Friday 22:00 EDT

A cold front will clip TAS causing heavy showers and the odd storm. A low pressure system and trough over VIC will generate showers and storms, heavy in the south. A trough over the northern NSW and southern QLD will bring showers and storms.

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