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Australian Chart Summary

Wednesday - Latest

A low and trough in the east is producing showers and thunderstorms across inland areas of the QLD and NSW. Cool SE'ly winds is bringing rain to the eastern NSW. Another trough over WA is triggering thundery showers and drawing hot air to the west.

Wednesday 22:00 EDT

A trough over the east will cause a few showers in TAS and some showers and storms in QLD and NSW. Another trough in the west will filter hot air into WA's interior triggering some thundery showers. A high pressure ridge over SA will clearing skies and allow heat to build.

Thursday 10:00 EDT

Moist onshore winds feeding into a trough in the east will cause some thundery showers in TAS, NSW and QLD. Another trough in the west will filter hot air south, triggering a few showers and storms around WA's southwest.

Friday 22:00 EDT

Moist southeast winds will feed into a trough over the eastern interior, causing showers and storms through QLD and NSW. A Tasman Low will move away from southeastern Australia, allowing wind and showers to ease. A trough extending through western WA will cause showers and storms

Saturday 22:00 EDT

A trough extending through the east will trigger a a few showers and storms, mainly about northeast NSW. A high pressure ridge will keep southern Australia mostly dry, while directing cooler winds into TAS and VIC. A trough will cause locally heavy showers and storms in WA.

Sunday 22:00 EDT

A pair of troughs in the west should trigger showers and storms as well as filter heat into western WA. A high pressure ridge along the southeast should direct moist winds and cause a few showers. A broad region of low pressure shouls produce some showers over the tropics.

Monday 22:00 EDT

A trough and low over the east should continue to bring showers and storms to NSW and southern QLD. Another trough in the west will draw a warm airmass to the southwest will triggering thunderstorms in the north and west. A high will direct cool, S'ly winds across the interior.

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