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Australian Chart Summary

Monday - Latest

A high is generating mostly clear skies over NSW, QLD and the tropics, leading to a cool night. The high is sending dry, gusty winds across the Top End. Fronts are bringing strong winds, showers and storms and the odd shower over far southwest WA, SA and VIC.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A deep low and front will bring very strong winds and showers to the southeast, most intense in TAS. A high will keep NSW, QLD central Australia dry, leading to a chilly morning and mostly sunny and mild day. Westerly winds between fronts will bring light showers to southwest WA.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

Northwesterly winds between fronts will still be strong across southern Australia and cause showers in southwest WA, SA, southern NSW, VIC and TAS. A front will cause wind and showers to increase later in TAS. Onshore winds on the tropical QLD coast will cause light showers.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A vigorous cold front will bring damaging winds, showers, small hail, mountain snow and a colder change to SA, TAS, VIC and southern NSW. Mild winds ahead of the front will become strong across central and northern NSW. A high will cause wind to ease and showers to clear in WA.

Friday 22:00 EST

A secondary cold front will bring another burst of very strong winds, showers, small hail and mountain snow to SA, TAS, VIC and southern and central NSW. A high will cause wind and showers to ease in SA later, send dry, gusty winds across central Australia and keep WA dry.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A front will bring cold, strong winds and showers on the NSW coast. A high will cause brisk wind to ease and showers to clear over inland NSW, VIC, TAS and SA, leading to a cold morning. The high will send dry, gusty winds to central and northern Australia and keep WA dry.

Sunday 22:00 EST

A high will generate a cold morning with widespread frost across WA, SA, TAS, VIC, NSW and southern QLD. The high will also cause wind to ease across the southeast of the country and bring a mostly sunny day. Brisk southerlies on the east coast will bring showers to some parts.

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