Australian Chart Summary
Sunday - Latest
A trough is generating showers and potentially severe storms over eastern QLD, southeast NSW and northeast NSW, and storms across the tropics and about WA's eastern border. A weak high is keeping much of SA, TAS and VIC dry with dry, gentle winds.
Monday 22:00 EDT
A trough stretching from northern WA through NT and QLD into northern NSW will trigger showers and storms. A cold front will cross TAS and VIC bringing areas of rain and storms. An associated trough will cause showers and storms over the interior.
Tuesday 22:00 EDT
A cold front and trough will cross southern NSW. A very hot airmass ahead of it will filter into NSW and QLD. A series of low pressure troughs will generate widespread showers and storms over northern WA, NT, QLD and northern NSW.
Wednesday 22:00 EDT
A low pressure system over northern WA will cause showers and storms. An associated trough will extend through NT to northern NSW generating showers and storms. A high will direct moist onshore winds and showers over TAS whilst keeping elsewhere mostly dry.
Thursday 22:00 EDT
A low pressure system over southern WA will cause showers and storms. A trough stretching from northern WA through NT to northern NSW will generate showers and storms. A high will drive isolated showers over southern TAS while keeping elsewhere mostly dry.
Friday 22:00 EDT
A low pressure trough over southern WA will deepen generating heavy showers and storms. A hot airmass ahead of the trough will filter into SA. A trough over northern WA, NT and QLD will cause a few showers and storms. A high will keep much of the southeast mostly dry.
More than a dozen homes have lost their roofs and close to 19,000 properties were left without power after very dangerous thunderstorms tore across south-east Queensland on Sunday afternoon.
Several people including babies have been rescued from Lismore Base Hospital in northern New South Wales after the roof of the maternity ward collapsed.
Severe thunderstorms caused damage in northeastern New South Wales and southeast Queensland on Sunday and should do so again during the next few days.