A cool southwesterly flow moving over the nation's southeast in the wake of a cold front is maintaining isolated cool showers. A region of low pressure over the NT and WA interior is generating isolated thunderstorms. A low of the Pilbara coast is also producing thundery showers.
A trough over and embedded low off the coast of WA will trigger widespread instability, with showers and thunderstorms extending inland. A trough in the east will also stimulate isolated showers over QLD and VIC. A region of low pressure over the Top End will generate storms.
A low pressure trough lingering over QLD will generate showers and thunderstorms over central and northern parts. A trough in the west will again produce isolated showers and thunderstorms. A cool and moist westerly flow moving over VIC and TAS will generate isolated showers.
A low pressure trough will reside over QLD and northern NSW triggering widespread showers and thunderstorms. A region of low pressure over northern parts of the NT will also generate thundery showers. A second trough in the west will trigger isolated showers and thunderstorms.
A cool westerly flow will move over TAS and southern VIC to produce isolated showers. A trough over QLD and northeastern NSW will once again generate widespread thundery showers. A weak trough over WA's Pilbara and Kimberley will stimulate isolated thundery showers.
A low pressure trough will deepen will deepen over much of QLD, NSW and eastern VIC generate widespread showers and thunderstorms. A region of low pressure will trigger isolated thunderstorms over the Top End. A tropical low/cyclone may enter the Coal Sea region from the east.