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Australian Chart Summary

Monday - Latest

A trough with an embedded low in the west is generating rain and some thunderstorms across western WA. Another trough in the east is causing areas of rain and a few showers and storms across southeastern QLD and eastern NSW. A high pressure system is keeping the south dry.

Tuesday 22:00 EDT

A trough in the west will deepen, triggering showers and storms across WA. A high over the Tasman Sea will direct moist onshore winds to a second trough over QLD and NSW, causing showers and storms. A ridge will keep most of SA and VIC fine and dry.

Wednesday 22:00 EDT

Moist easterly winds will cause a few showers along NSW and QLD's east. A front moving across the south of the nation will cause areas of rain in SA and western VIC. A broad region of low pressure will trigger thundery showers in the tropical north.

Thursday 22:00 EDT

A trough in the west is expected to trigger thunder showers and filter hot winds to WA's west. An series of troughs in the east is looking to trigger showers and thunderstorms in NSW and QLD, while showers are likely in TAS, VIC and eastern SA.

Friday 22:00 EDT

A series of troughs in the east is looking to cause showers and storms in northern NSW and southeastern QLD, while showers generating showers in SA and VIC. A trough in the west should trigger thundery showers in WA. A broad region of low pressure will cause storms in the NT.

Saturday 22:00 EDT

A broad trough in the east is looking to cause showers and thunderstorms in NSW and eastern QLD, with some heavy falls possible. Another trough over WA is expected to cause some thundery showers to develop. SA and the interior look to remain mostly dry with a high pressure ridge.

Sunday 22:00 EST

A trough with an embedded low in the west should cause thundery showers across WA's west. Moist onshore winds feeding into another trough in the east will produce showers and the odd storm in NSW and southeast QLD. A region of low pressure looks to produce storms in the tropics.

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Victoria thawing out

13:56 EDT Like a large area of southeastern Australia, Victoria has been been experiencing a chilly run, as much as four-to-ten degrees below average but is now thawing out.

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