Australian Chart Summary
Wednesday - Latest
A pair of troughs are generating some storms and heavy rain over northern QLD and northwestern parts of WA. A front and trough are causing showers and gusty winds over coastal SA and southern WA. A high pressure system is bringing settled conditions across the east.
Wednesday 22:00 EDT
A monsoon trough and embedded low will cause heavy showers and storms over NT and northern QLD. A high pressure will continue to drive onshore winds and showers over northern NSW and southeastern QLD. A cold front will bring showers to TAS and western VIC.
Thursday 22:00 EDT
A trough and embedded tropical low should cause showers and storms over northern parts of the NT and QLD, extending into northwestern WA. A high and onshore winds could cause showers over eastern QLD. A high pressure over the Bight should keep elsewhere mainly dry.
Friday 22:00 EDT
A monsoon trough should continue to bring storms and heavy showers to the NT and northern parts of QLD. Troughs in the west and east could trigger showers and a few storms over NSW and QLD, and isolated storms over WA. A high pressure should see elsewhere mostly dry.
Saturday 22:00 EDT
A monsoon trough should continue to bring heavy showers and storms to the tropics. A weak trough could cause showers and storms over NSW and QLD. A high should drive moist onshore winds and showers over eastern NSW and QLD. A high pressure should keep elsewhere mostly dry.
Sunday 22:00 EDT
A monsoon trough and embedded low could cause heavy rain and storms over NT and QLD. A weak trough over NSW may cause showers. A high should cause onshore winds and showers over eastern parts of NSW and OLD, but keep elsewhere mainly dry.
An impressive area of thunderstorms swept across the southwest of the country last night.