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A low and associated troughs over the southeast are producing showers, gusty winds, the odd storm and light snowfalls over the alpine peaks. A strong cold front crossing the WA coast is causing heavy rain, a few thunderstorms and strong winds.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A weakening low pressure trough and cold front will trigger showery cool winds over southern parts of WA and SA. An offshore low and trough will cause showers along the NSW coast. A high pressure system is bringing a sunny day to eastern SA, most of VIC and TAS.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

Unstable onshore winds will trigger shower over the northern NSW coast and parts of southeastern QLD. Onshore winds and a cold front will bring some showers to WA's southwest. High pressure is bringing sunny and stable conditions elsewhere.

Thursday 22:00 EST

Unstable onshore winds look to cause showers along the QLD coast and over WA's southwest. A front and trough should approach SA and western TAS, bringing a few showers. High pressure should bring a sunny and settled day to most of NSW and VIC, QLD and the NT.

Friday 22:00 EST

Onshore winds with an inland trough could cause showers over eastern parts of QLD. A weak trough and should pass over southern WA, SA, VIC & TAS, bringing coastal showers. High pressure should keep elsewhere mostly dry and settled.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A trough and gusty cold front looks to approach SA, VIC and TAS, causing showers and a few storms. Onshore winds, supported by troughs, could produce showers along the QLD and southern WA coast. High pressure elsewhere should bring sunshine to the east and northwest.

Sunday 22:00 EST

Onshore winds, supported by troughs, may produce showers along the QLD coast and south coast of Australia. A trough may trigger showers and storms in NW QLD and eastern parts of the NT. High pressure should bring sunshine to central parts of the country.

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