you are not logged in | login or join us

Australian Chart Summary

Thursday - Latest

A trough is triggering thundery showers over eastern VIC and NSW. Northerly winds ahead of this trough are bringing a very hot airmass across western NSW and southwestern QLD. Another trough and low over the west is bringing areas of light rain and thunderstorms northern WA.

Friday 22:00 EDT

Troughs will draw a warm airmass towards the southeast. These troughs will generate showers and storms over southern QLD, NSW, VIC and SA. Showers and storms will be heaviest in NSW. Highs will allow sea breezes to develop along the coasts.

Saturday 22:00 EDT

Troughs will will continue to draw heat towards southern WA and the southeast. These will generate showers and storms in the northwest tropics, southern WA and central Australia with the odd shower and storm across the southeast. A front will bring a cool change to TAS.

Sunday 22:00 EDT

A troughs will filter very warm northerly winds across SA, western NSW and VIC. Troughs will trigger showers and storms in WA, NSW and southeast QLD, with the heaviest falls in eastern VIC and southeastern NSW.

Monday 22:00 EDT

A trough will produce showers and thunderstorms across central and southeastern Australia as it draws hot, gusty winds across western and southern QLD and NSW. A front will bring cool, gusty winds and showers to TAS while a high clears southern WA.

Tuesday 22:00 EDT

A trough should bring a cooler change to NSW. A high should cause brisk winds to ease and clear showers from TAS, SA, VIC and southern NSW. Another trough should draw heat to southern WA triggering showers and areas of rain.

Wednesday 22:00 EDT

A trough over QLD is likely to produce thundery showers across the southeast will bringing a cooler change to central districts. Another trough and low will filter a warm aimass towards southern WA while triggering thundery showers. A high will keep most of the south clear.

Site search


Enter a postcode or town name for local weather, or text to search the site. » advanced search

Help with Weatherzone