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Australian Chart Summary

Saturday - Latest

A trough in the west is producing vast amounts of cloud with showers and isolated thunderstorms. A high pressure ridge is steering a moist southerly flow up the coast of NSW and QLD producing very light isolated showers. This ridge is also keeping conditions stable in the south.

Sunday 22:00 EST

A trough in the west will trigger rain and thunderstorms over WA, heaviest in the Pilbara and interior. A high will direct moist onshore winds and showers to the QLD and northern NSW coasts, whilst producing a cold morning and sunny day to the south and inland east.

Monday 22:00 EST

A trough and front will move across WA bringing widespread rain and the odd thunderstorm. A high will bring a cold morning and mostly sunny day across the southeast of the nation, whilst directing showery onshore winds to TAS and the QLD coast.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A trough will produce a northwest cloudband, areas of rain and isolated storms from northwest WA to SA. Another trough should cause a few showers in southwest WA. A high will produce a cool morning and mostly sunny day, whilst directing showery onshore winds to the QLD coast.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A trough will produce a northwest cloudband, along with areas of rain from northern WA to TAS. A front will approach southwest WA bringing some showers late. A high should direct mostly light showers onto the QLD coast, whilst keeping inland NSW and QLD generally dry.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A trough will produce a northwest cloudband stretching from northwest WA to eastern VIC along triggering areas of rain. A front should approach the southeast causing wind to increase. A high should start to weaken directing just the odd shower to the QLD coast.

Friday 22:00 EST

A front will move across the southeast bringing gusty winds and showers. A trough will trigger heavy rain to western SA and WA's interior. A weak trough along the eastern seaboard will bring a few showers to northern NSW and southern QLD.

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