Australian Chart Summary
Sunday - Latest
A high is keeping TAS, VIC, NSW and southern and central Quensland mostly clear clear and calm, leading to a chilly night. Troughs and a front are bringing patchy light rain and storms to the northern tropics, central Australia and SA. A front is bringing showers to eastern VIC.
Monday 22:00 EST
A trough extending over the interior will broaden, bringing rain, cloud and the odd storm to SA, NT and WA. A weaker trough over northern QLD will trigger a few thundery showers. A large high pressure ridge will keep most of NSW, VIC, TAS and QLD dry.
Tuesday 22:00 EST
A weakening low pressure trough over the interior will bring cloud and rain to southern NT, western WA and SA. Moist onshore flow will trigger rain and showers over QLD, NSW and VIC. A trough over inland QLD is likely to cause the odd storm.
Wednesday 22:00 EST
A deepening trough in the east looks to produce showers along the eastern seaboard. Another trough over the central west of the nation could bring cloud and rain, mostly in southern WA and western SA. A weakening high pressure ridge will send dry winds across the NT.
Thursday 22:00 EST
A trough may deepen as it moves east, bringing rain and thundery showers to the central interior and most of SA. A trough off the east coast could trigger showers along NSW and QLD coasts. A weak high pressure ridge should bring a cool morning to southern WA.
Friday 22:00 EST
A deepening trough over the eastern interior will likely lead to showers and thunderstorms over QLD, northern NSW and VIC. A cold front approaching the west should lead to showers and gusty storms over western WA. A trough across the northwest should trigger the odd shower.