Troughs are causing showers and storms and maintaining heat in western WA, the tropics, eastern QLD and far northeastern NSW. A Tasman low is directing brisk southerly winds, powerful swell and light showers to southeastern NSW, eastern VIC and TAS. A high is keeping SA cool.
Troughs will generate showers, storms and heat in western WA, the tropics, eastern QLD and far northeastern NSW. A Tasman low will direct brisk southerly winds, powerful swell and light showers to southeastern NSW, eastern VIC and TAS. A high will keep SA cool and generally dry.
A high pressure ridge over the east will direct onshore winds into a trough, triggering some showers across VIC, eastern NSW and southeastern QLD. A trough the west is likely to cause some showers and storms and filter a hot airmass towards WA's west.
A heat trough is expected to produce some showers and storms in western WA as well as filter dry, hot air to the coasts. Another trough over NSW and QLD will produce some thundery showers. The south and interior will remain dry under the influence of a high pressure ridge.
A low pressure trough in the west will cause some showers and thunderstorms in WA. Moist onshore winds feeding into a weak inland trough over QLD and NSW will trigger some showers. A broad region of low pressure in the tropics is looking to produce thundery showers.
Moist onshore winds along the east directed by a high pressure ridge is expected to cause a few showers along eastern QLD and NSW. A high over TAS will keep VIC, SA and the majority of the interior dry. A trough in the west is looking to filtering hot air to western WA.
01:05 EDT A spectacular storm hit parts of South East Queensland in the closing hours of voting in the state election.