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Australian Chart Summary

Friday - Latest

A series of troughs are producing thick cloud and areas of rain over WA, SA and NSW. A cold front and gusty, cool westerly winds is producing showers and the odd thunder in VIC, southern NSW and TAS. A broad region low pressure over the Top End is generating thundery showers.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A series of troughs in the east will cause some storms and showers in southern QLD and northern NSW whilst areas of rain persist across the interior. A front in the south will bring cool, gusty showers to SA, VIC and TAS. A trough over the north will cause a few thundery showers.

Sunday 22:00 EST

A trough across the east will trigger a few showers and storms throughout QLD and northern NSW. A front in the south should bring cooling to SA, VIC and southern NSW while also causing showers. A broad region of low pressure in the tropics will generate storms over the Top End.

Monday 22:00 EST

The passage of a front in the east will generate a cold day across SA, VIC, TAS and southern NSW and bring some to snow alpine peaks in southern NSW and VIC. A high pressure ridge looks to direct a moist onshore flow to eastern QLD, causing a few showers.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A trough in the west should cause showers and some storms across WA. A cold pool of air lingering under a high pressure system in the southeast looking to bring some alpine snow to TAS, VIC and southern NSW. A moist onshore flow towards QLD looks to cause a few coastal showers.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A trough in the west is expected to cause a few showers and storms in WA's interior. Onshore winds blowing onto western WA and northern QLD will cause a few isolated showers. A large region of high pressure in the southeast will bring a mostly fine, cool day to NSW, SA and VIC.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A front in the south looks to cause gusty showers across SA, VIC and southwestern NSW. A large high pressure system over the interior looks to keep most of the nation dry, with the exception of northern QLD where a moist onshore flow should trigger some showers.

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