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Australian Chart Summary

Thursday - Latest

A low pressure trough moving over southwestern WA ahead of a cold front is triggering locally heavy showers and the odd thunderstorm. A southerly flow moving over eastern NSW is also producing scattered showers. Conditions remain generally stable elsewhere under high pressure.

Friday 22:00 EST

An east coast low will weaken over the Tasman Sea, but should still direct the odd shower onto the central and northern NSW coasts. Onshore winds should trigger a few showers in northern QLD. A front and trough will trigger showers and thunderstorms over southern WA.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A low should edge further east, causing showers to clear the NSW coast. A high will lead to a foggy morning followed by a generally dry day in TAS, VIC and SA. A trough will continue to trigger showers and a few storms in southwest WA.

Sunday 22:00 EST

A high will clear showers over southwest WA, lading to a sunny afternoon in the west. Another trough and front will cause showers to develop over southeast SA, VIC and TAS. A high pressure ridge will lead to a sunny and mild day in the east and across the interior.

Monday 22:00 EST

A trough and cold front will sweep across SA, TAS, VIC and southern NSW, bringing a cold change, rain areas and a few storms. Another trough will cause showers and storms over southwest WA. A ridge will keep elsewhere dry bringing a warm day to eastern NSW and QLD.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A front will edge northeast, causing cold air, showers and a few storms to spread through NSW. A few showers will linger in the front's wake over SA, VIC and TAS. A low and trough over southwest WA will bring thundery showers to WA, while filtering warm air into the south.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A high over NSW will clear coastal showers along the eastern seaboard and TAS. A weak trough will trigger areas of light rain and the odd storm over western WA. A ridge of high pressure will bring another mild and sunny day across the interior.

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