A low and trough are triggering showers about SA VIC and TAS and thunderstorms in northern NSW and southwestern QLD. A high over the Tasman Sea is directing a few showers onto the tropical QLD coast. A high in the west is producing clear skies and a cool morning.
A weakening low and troughs will move over southeastern Australia producing showers and the odd storm. A high over the Tasman Sea will direct a few showers along the QLD coasts and the eastern Top End. A cold front approaching southwest WA will cause showers to develop.
A trough will move over the eastern seaboard triggering showers and storms, mainly about northeast NSW and southeast QLD. Unstable westerly winds in the wake of a low will bring showers to eastern VIC. A front and trough will cross over southwest WA and cause showers and storms.
Unstable, westerly winds will bring a few light showers to southern VIC and TAS, heaviest in TAS. Onshore winds will direct a few showers onto the Tropical QLD coast. A trough over WA will generate a few isolated showers. A large high will keep elsewhere mostly dry and clear.
A low pressure trough may trigger a few showers about southeast SA, southern VIC and TAS. Unstable westerly winds may bring showers to the far southwest of WA. A broad ridge should lead to a dry and sunny day elsewhere, with a few shower along the north QLD coast.
Unstable westerly winds in the wake of a trough may bring areas of rain and showers to southeast SA, VIC and TAS. A high may direct showery onshore winds onto the southwest coast of WA. A broad high will keep elsewhere mostly clear while directing showers towards Tropical QLD.