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Australian Chart Summary

Tuesday - Latest

A high is bringing a cool, calm and generally dry day to TAS, VIC, NSW and southern QLD. Winds are onshore on the QLD coast, leading to showers. A low pressure trough is producing patchy light rain and the odd storm over northwestern and eastern WA, SA and western VIC and NSW.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A front will draw a trough across the south, generating patchy rain and thunder across WA, SA, TAS, VIC and southwest NSW. A high will bring a cold morning and dry day to the rest of NSW and inland QLD. Onshore winds on the QLD coast will ease, causing showers to become light.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A trough will scatter rain and the odd storm across inland WA and SA, northern VIC and NSW, mainly inland. A front will bring colder, showery winds to southern SA, TAS and southern VIC. Onshore winds on the QLD coast will only cause light showers.

Friday 22:00 EST

A high will cause brisk winds to ease and most showers to clear in southern WA, SA, VIC and southern NSW. A trough will generate rain and the odd storm in northern parts of NSW, SA and WA. Westerly winds in TAS will maintain showers, mainly in the west.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A cold front should generate gusty cool showers over TAS, southern VIC and southeast SA. A trough over inland WA and northern SA will also produce light showers. A broad region of low pressure over the Kimberley, Top End and Cape York Peninsula should trigger showers.

Sunday 22:00 EST

A pair of fronts in quick succession should generate gusty cold showers over TAS, VIC, southern NSW and southern SA. A region of low pressure over the Cape York Peninsula, Top End and Kimberley will generate showers, extending south to Central Australia.

Monday 22:00 EST

A high will lead to a cold morning with frost and fog patches then a generally dry day in SA, TAS, VIC NSW and southern QLD. A trough will take patchy light rain and storms to the tropics. Wind will turn warmer easterly in WA as a west coast trough develops.

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