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Australian Chart Summary

Wednesday - Latest

A front is bringing burst of strong, chilly winds and showers to southern SA, TAS and VIC. Snow is falling on the Alps and as low as 400 metres in TAS. A high is causing generally clear conditions elsewhere, leading to a cool night inland.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A cold front will bring showers and strong winds to TAS and southern VIC, while cool southwesterly winds direct a few showers onto the SA coasts. Onshore winds will cause isolated light showers along QLD's coast. A high will keep elsewhere in the nation generally dry.

Friday 22:00 EST

Onshore winds generated from a large high pressure system will cause showers along the QLD, SA and WA coasts, while bringing generally settled weather inland. A cold front in the south will produce cool and gusty westerly winds and showers for southern VIC and TAS.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A cold front in the southeast will bring heavy showers and gusty westerly winds to TAS, showers will be lighter in VIC and southern NSW. Onshore winds will cause light showers to coastal parts of QLD and WA while a high will cause mild overnight temperatures to inland parts.

Sunday 22:00 EST

A front should produce strong winds and heavy showers along the western parts of TAS. Moist onshore winds should continue to bring isolated coastal showers to the QLD and southern WA and SA coasts. A high pressure ridge is keeping the rest of the nation sunny and dry.

Monday 22:00 EST

A cool airmass is lingering over TAS in the wake of a front, may bring showers and alpine snow. Gusty southwesterly winds may drive showers along the southern coasts. Moist onshore winds should produce a few showers along the northern QLD and NT coasts.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A front may cause further showers and gusty winds to SA, VIC and TAS. Onshore winds may bring a few light showers to the northern QLD coast as well as SA coast. A high is keeping most of inland sunny and dry, allowing for mild evenings.

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