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Australian Chart Summary

Tuesday - Latest

A powerful cold front is bringing showers, some thunder and potentially damaging winds to SA, VIC and TAS. Strong and warm northerlies are filtering over QLD and NSW ahead of the leading trough. Moist southwesterlies behind the front are bringing showers about the southern coasts

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A cold front will bring another burst of showers and wind to TAS and southern VIC, while cool southerlies will maintain light showers on the SA and southern WA coasts. Very warm northerlies will filter over QLD near a trough. A high will keep elsewhere dry.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A cold front will bring showers and strong winds to TAS and southern VIC, while cool southerlies direct a few showers onto the SA and southern WA coasts. Onshore winds will cause the odd shower on the tropical QLD coast. A high will keep elsewhere in the nation generally dry.

Friday 22:00 EST

Another front will bring windy and showery conditions to TAS and VIC, while brisk southwesterlies will direct showers over coastal SA and southwest VIC. Southeasterly winds will bring a few showers to the QLD coast and eastern Top End. A high will keep elsewhere dry and clear.

Saturday 22:00 EST

Another front will bring further showers to TAS and VIC and southwesterlies will cause a few showers over coastal SA and southern WA. Moist onshore winds will direct a few showers onto the northern QLD coast. A high will cause generally dry conditions elsewhere.

Sunday 22:00 EST

Cool westerly winds in the wake of a front will direct showers across TAS, southern VIC and coastal SA. Moist onshore winds will cause a few showers over far northeast QLD and the eastern NT Top End. A ridge of high pressure will keep elsewhere dry, with some chilly mornings.

Monday 22:00 EST

A cold front should cross the southeast, bringing strong southwesterlies and showers. Moist southerlies should continue to bring showers to southern SA and WA. A high pressure ridge will keep the rest of the nation dry and clear.

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