Unstable westerly winds in between fronts are bringing a few showers to NSW's southern ranges and VIC, as well as rain to TAS. A front is causing showers about southwest WA. A broad area of high pressure is leading to a cool night over the nation's interior and central east.
A vigorous cold front will bring damaging winds, showers, small hail, mountain snow and a colder change to SA, TAS, and VIC. Fresh winds ahead of the front will become strong across central and northern NSW. A high will cause wind to ease and showers to clear in WA.
A trough will bring another burst of very strong winds, showers, small hail and mountain snow to SA, TAS, VIC and southern NSW. A high will cause wind and showers to ease in SA later, sending dry, gusty winds across central Australia while keeping WA dry.
A high will cause brisk winds to ease and showers to clear over inland NSW, VIC, TAS and SA, leading to a cold morning. The high will send dry, gusty winds across central and northern Australia while keeping WA dry. Onshore winds will trigger the odd shower over Far North QLD.
A high will lead to a cold morning with widespread frost across WA, SA, TAS, VIC, NSW and southern QLD. A front will bring heavy rain and showers to southern VIC and TAS. Onshore winds along the east coast will trigger a few showers.
A high will direct light rain and drizzle towards the southern VIC coasts, while keeping elsewhere mostly dry and clear. A front will bring areas of rain, showers and strong winds to TAS. Onshore southerly winds will continue to trigger showers along the QLD coasts.