A deep trough over QLD is producing a band of thunderstorms, some severe. This trough is also triggering storms over the NT and northern WA. A front is bringing a band of rain to VIC and TAS, with a few showers behind it in moist southwesterlies.
A broad trough will produce showers and storms in WA, NT, eastern QLD while directing a hot air mass across southern WA. A high pressure system will keep the south generally dry. An approaching front will bring a few showers to western TAS.
A broad trough will allow a hot air mass to filter from the interior to southern WA, while triggering showers and thunderstorms. This trough will also generate showers and storms over QLD and northeastern NSW. Easterly winds will bring some showers to eastern TAS.
A trough in the east will trigger showers and thunderstorms across QLD, NSW and eastern VIC, while filtering warm winds across the south. An extension of this trough in the west will cause heavy showers and thunderstorms throughout the NT, WA and western SA.
A trough across the east will trigger storms and showers across QLD, NSW and VIC, and direct heat to the southern coast. Another trough will cause heavy showers and storms in throughout northern WA and the NT. Moist onshore flow will cause showers to develop over southern SA.
A trough in the east will bring widespread rain and thundery showers to VIC, NSW and QLD and direct hot air to central QLD and NSW. Another trough in the west will cause heavy showers and storms to WA and the NT. Onshore flow will cause showers about southern TAS and eastern QLD.
16:54 EDT A line of storms stretching from north-west Queensland to the New South Wales border is expected bring damaging winds and rain to Brisbane, Ipswich and the Gold Coast this afternoon.