Australian Chart Summary
Tuesday - Latest
A high is bringing a mostly sunny but cool day to much of central and southern Australia. Weak troughs are causing showers in western TAS and western WA and the odd shower on the coasts of SA, soutghwest VIC and central NSW. Warm. dry winds are affecting northern Australia.
Tuesday 22:00 EST
A cold front and trough will move over southwest WA triggering showers and potential storms. A broad high will keep the interior clear and dry whilst bringing a cold morning to SA, NSW and QLD. Onshore winds will bring showers to northern NSW, southern VIC, SA and TAS.
Wednesday 22:00 EST
A series of fronts and troughs should bring cool showers across southern SA and WA, mostly on the coasts and nearby ranges. Onshore winds should direct brief showers for northern NSW. A broad high pressure system will keep most of the interior clear and dry.
Thursday 22:00 EST
A cold front will bring cool showers and rain to SA, VIC and southwestern NSW. A large high pressure system is looking to bring a cool morning to southern WA. Onshore winds will direct showers to coastal QLD and the NT's Top End.
Friday 22:00 EST
Cold winds in the wake of a cold front will bring showers to NSW, eastern VIC, TAS and SA. These showers could fall as snow for Alpine areas. Onshore winds will bring showers to coastal southern WA, SA and northern QLD. A trough will bring showers to WA's northwest.
Saturday 22:00 EST
Gusty westerlies behind a front will delivery showers to southern SA, VIC, TAS and southern NSW. A high will keep elsewhere mostly dry whilst bringing a cold morning. Moist onshore winds will direct showers to northern QLD and the NT's Top End.
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