Australian Chart Summary
Sunday - Latest
A low pressure trough has continued north causing thundery showers to move offshore Northern WA. Another trough over QLD is causing showers. A low, front and trough is triggering showers over southeastern NSW and eastern VIC. A high is bringing mostly settled conditions elsewhere
Monday 22:00 EDT
A moist onshore airflow will feed a weak inland trough leading to showers over northern QLD's coast and ranges. A weak trough over WA may trigger the odd light isolated thundery shower. A region of low pressure may also produce the odd shower over the Top End.
Tuesday 22:00 EDT
Warm northerly winds should filter over SA ahead of a trough and associated cold front before producing showers and a cool change. This trough may also produce isolated light showers over WA. A moist onshore breeze may maintain showers over coastal QLD.
Wednesday 22:00 EDT
Warm air ahead of a trough will lead to a peak in temperatures over NSW before generating isolated showers over NSW, VIC and TAS. A region of low pressure should maintain showers and thunderstorms over the Top End and Cape York Peninsula.
Thursday 22:00 EDT
A trough should deepen over NSW and southeast QLD generating heavy showers and possible thunderstorms. Rainfall will be lighter over VIC and TAS. A weak trough over western WA may also produce isolated showers. A region of low pressure will linger in the north leading to showers.
Friday 22:00 EDT
A trough should weaken over NSW as it moves offshore, leaving light showers in its wake. A trough over the Top End and northern WA will generate thundery showers. A trough will trigger isolated showers to southern WA and western SA. A weak high will keep elsewhere mostly dry.
Following a nice Sunday to end the weekend, the mercury is set to plunge on Monday as a cold front welcomes the working week.
Melbourne is on target for its coldest pair of days this late in the year since 1983, staying below a footy-season-like 14 degrees.
Hail storms, heavy rain and gusty winds have lashed Victoria and hundreds of people have called for help from emergency services as a cold front moved across the state.