A trough over central Australia and SA is directed hot air towards the southeast. A cold front is crossing the southeast bringing a cooler change to SA and later to VIC. A trough in the east is producing thundery showers in central parts of QLD and the NT.
A pair of troughs in the east will direct hot northerly winds to NSW and VIC. This trough will generate showers and storms in TAS, VIC, NSW, QLD and the NT. Another trough in the west laden with tropical moisture will produce showers and thunderstorms in WA, heavy inland.
A trough in WA will deepen, causing showers and storms to become widespread and heavy in the north and west of the state. A trough in the east will filter hot air to to east and trigger showers and thunderstorms in NSW and QLD. A high pressure ridge will clear VIC, TAS and SA dry
A moisture laden trough in the west will generate widespread showers and storms across WA, heavy inland. A front bring a few showers to TAS. Warm northerlies ahead of the front for TAS and VIC. A trough in the east will cause showers and storms in northeast NSW and QLD.
A broad trough extending over the east will cause some showers and thunderstorms in NSW and across QLD's interior. Another trough in the west will generate further widespread showers and storms over inland WA. A high should keep SA, TAS and VIC generally dry but cool.
A trough in the east will bring hot thundery weather to NSW, QLD and the NT. A trough in WA should weaken, causing showers and storms to ease and become confined to the west. A front will help send brisk southerly winds across SA and bring a showery change to TAS and VIC.