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Australian Chart Summary

Tuesday - Latest

An east coast low is edging south, taking heavy rain, storms and very strong winds from the Hunter to Sydney and Illawarra. A trough in the west is helping are trigger rain in the Pilbara and southwest Kimberley. A high is keeping southern WA, SA, TAS, VIC and western NSW dry.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

An east coast low will move further offshore, causing wind and showers to ease along the NSW coast and eastern VIC coasts, but still leading to large surf. A trough will cause a little rain over northwest WA. A region of low pressure will produce thundery showers in the tropics.

Thursday 22:00 EST

An east coast low will produce a few showers along the eastern VIC and NSW coasts, as well as large swell. A front will bring showers to southwest WA and a cooler change. A region of low pressure will cause the odd shower and thunderstorm over the northern tropics.

Friday 22:00 EST

A cold front and low pressure system will bring showers, strong winds and a cooler change to SA, VIC, TAS and southern NSW. Unstable westerlies ahead of the front will cause light showers over central NSW. A region of low pressure will lead to the odd shower over the far north.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A low pressure system and front will generate heavy showers over VIC and southern NSW. Brisk southerlies in the wake of the front will push showers over coastal SA and southern WA. A region of low pressure will produce the odd shower over the Cape York Peninsula.

Sunday 22:00 EST

Brisk southerlies will continue to cause showers over southeast WA, coastal SA, VIC and southeast NSW. A region of low pressure will bring thundery showers to the Cape Yorke Peninsula. A high will bring mostly dry conditions for the rest of the nation.

Monday 22:00 EST

Brisk southerlies will bring showers southeastern WA, coastal SA, VIC and TAS. A trough associated with an east coast low will triggering strong southerlies and showers along the NSW coast. A broad ridge of high pressure is keeping elsewhere mostly dry.

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