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Australian Chart Summary

Saturday - Latest

A low pressure trough lingering over central parts of WA is generating isolated showers and thunderstorms, some severe. Another trough over QLD is causing thhunderstorms. A region of high pressure is keeping much of southeastern Australia clear and dry.

Sunday 22:00 EDT

A trough and low over inland parts of WA will trigger heavy rain and thunderstorms. A high pressure ridge will feed a second trough over eastern parts of the nation generating further showers and thunderstorms.

Monday 22:00 EDT

A low pressure trough will continue to linger over inland parts of WA, extending over the tropics causing heavy showers and thunderstorms. A pair of troughs will generating isolated thundery showers about SA, NSW, VIC and QLD, heaviest about the Alps.

Tuesday 22:00 EDT

A trough and associated front will move over TAS, VIC, NSW and western parts of QLD triggering showers and thunderstorms. A deep trough over WA will continue to generate heavy showers and thunderstorms.

Wednesday 22:00 EDT

A low pressure trough over inland QLD, NSW and eastern VIC should generate widespread showers and thunderstorms. A second trough over northern WA is expected to continue triggering showers and thunderstorms.

Thursday 22:00 EDT

A deep trough extending from the NT, across QLD, NSW and VIC will generate heavy showers and widespread thunderstorms. A region of low pressure across the tropics should also continue stimulating thundery showers. Onshore winds about SA will generate isolated showers.

Friday 22:00 EDT

A trough will shift east contracting showers and thunderstorms over eastern NSW and QLD. A region of low pressure over the NT, northern WA and western WA should generate thunderstorms. Central and southern parts of the nation should remain generally dry.

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