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Australian Chart Summary

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A cold front and broad trough is causing showers and thunderstorms across the NT, eastern SA, QLD, western NSW and VIC. An offshore low is triggering showers over southeast QLD and northeast NSW. Onshore winds around a high are bringing coastal showers to NSW.

Tuesday 22:00 EDT

A trough in the east will weaken, causing humid winds, waves and showers to ease in southeast QLD and eastern NSW. Other troughs will draw warm winds, showers and storms across the northern tropics, western QLD, western NSW, VIC and TAS. A low will cause cool showery winds in SA.

Wednesday 22:00 EDT

A troughs will generate warm and humid winds, showers and storms in the northern tropics, QLD and NSW. A front and trough will generate showers and storms in VIC and TAS. A high will cause showery winds to gradually ease in SA. A trough in WA will draw warm winds across the west.

Thursday 22:00 EDT

A front will bring a burst of colder winds and showers to western and southern WA, replacing warm and gusty winds. A slow-moving trough in the north and east will cause showers and storms in far northern and far eastern Australia. A weak high will clear the interior and SA.

Friday 22:00 EDT

A trough in the east will weaken, causing only the odd thundery shower in QLD and NSW. Another trough will generate dry and gusty winds, very warm in the north and centre, warm in the southeast of the country. A front will then bring a gusty, mainly dry cooler change to SA.

Saturday 22:00 EDT

A trough will generate warm winds then a few showers, storms and a cooler change in QLD and NSW. A high should cause wind to ease and light showers to clear SA, VIC and TAS. A trough in WA ahead of an approaching front should only bring a few showers to the southwest of the state

Sunday 22:00 EDT

Low pressure troughs may generate showers and storms over southeast of QLD. A trough in the west should direct warm air over western and central SA. A front in the southwest should bring the odd shower to WA. A high should keep TAS, VIC and much of NSW clear and dry.

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