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A trough and front are generating strong winds, a few showers and storms in SA, TAS and VIC. The front is also bringing a colder, showery change to SA. A high is causing wind to ease and showers to clear in southern WA. Onshore winds on the QLD coast are causing a few showers.

Sunday 22:00 EST

A low pressure trough over NSW and QLD will cause a few showers. A cold front crossing the southeast will produce gusty winds and alpine snow. Cool winds in the wake of this front will bring showers to the SA coast. A high is keeping much of the inland sunny.

Monday 22:00 EST

Cool and unstable winds in the southeast with a front and low will generate showers to parts of TAS, VIC and SA. Dry winds will keep much of northern WA and the NT warm. A high in the east will keep QLD and NSW mostly dry.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A large cold front and associated low will move across the southeast and generate heavy showers, gusty winds and alpine snow for parts of NSW, VIC and TAS. Onshore winds along the SA coast and northern QLD coast may cause showers. High pressure in the west will bring a sunny day.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

Cool and gusty southerly winds along the eastern VIC and NSW coast will trigger showers. A large high pressure system in the south may bring a cold start and a foggy morning for parts of SA and VIC. Dry winds the north will lead to a warm and sunny day.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A high in south may bring a cold morning for parts of SA and VIC. Gusty winds along the NSW coast may cause showers. Onshore winds along the northern QLD coast and northern parts of the NT will bring. A front will pass to the south of WA but trigger some showers.

Friday 22:00 EST

A broad high will bring a cool start but sunny day across the southeast. A cold front will trigger showers over TAS. Moist onshore winds will bring showers for NSW, QLD and the NT. An approaching front and trough may trigger showers to southwest WA.

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