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A weak trough is triggering a showers over northern TAS. Moist onshore winds are producing a few showers along the QLD coast. A front clipping the southern parts of WA is generating light showers. A high in the southeast is bringing a mostly dry day inland.

Monday 22:00 EST

A cut-off low and front will trigger cool and gusty showers over eastern parts of SA and VIC and snow along the Alps. Moist onshore winds along the QLD coast will generate patchy showers. A large high will lead to a cold morning over inland parts of the country.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A cold front will approach the southwest, causing brisk showers. A trough in the east will bring showers to eastern VIC and NSW. A large high over central Australia will lead to a cool and frosty morning for inland areas.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A cold front and trough will continue to move over WA bringing showers, heaviest in the south. Moist onshore winds along the QLD coast is likely to trigger showers. A warm airmass remains over northwestern parts of the country under a strong high pressure ridge.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A strong cold front will approach WA, causing showers to the southern parts of the state. A low pressure trough and front will cause showers over SA and western parts of VIC. A warm airmass remains over northwestern parts of the country.

Friday 22:00 EST

A low pressure trough over QLD, NSW and VIC will deepen, causing showers and storms. A strong front moving over SA will trigger cool and gusty showers for southern parts of the state. Brisk onshore winds will produce showers over southern WA.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A complex trough and front may trigger showers and thunderstorms over the southeast, heaviest in VIC. Brisk onshore winds might cause showers along the southern WA coast and throughout southern parts of SA. A building high pressure ridge should keep northern and inland parts dry.

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