A broad trough is extending from the NT, over western QLD and into NSW and eastern VIC, triggering scattered showers and thunderstorms. A cold front is crossing VIC and TAS bringing cooler southwesterlies. High pressure is keeping southern WA and SA clear and dry.
A trough will take heavy rain and storms to northern NSW and western QLD. Some storms will be severe. The trough will also generate widespread showers and storms in the NT and northern inland WA. A front will bring a cool change to NSW, while a high clears most of VIC, TAS and SA
Low pressure troughs will generate hot, thundery weather over WA, the tropical inland, southern QLD and northeastern NSW. Some showers and storms will be heavy. A front will bring showers to eastern NSW, southern VIC and TAS while a high keeps SA and southern WA generally dry.
A trough in the east will trigger showers and storms in northeastern NSW and southeast and western QLD and a few in the NT. A trough in the west will dip south, causing hot winds, showers and storms to spread from northern WA to the state's southwest. A high will clear TAS.
A trough will combine with a deep southeasterlies to cause widespread showers and storms in QLD and northern NSW. A trough in the north and west will generate scattered showers and storms in the NT and WA. This trough will head east to bring a cooler change to the west coast.
A trough in WA will move east, generating a hot thundery day over inland WA and the Nullarbor. Wind will become hotter northerly in SA and become warm in TAS, VIC and NSW. A trough in the east will head west, taking humid, thundery weather in northern NSW and QLD with it.
01:42 EDT Parts of Sydney have been lashed by a storm on Monday afternoon which resulted in ambulance crews treating several people who were struck by lightning.