A trough extending from northwest Australia to TAS is causing patchy rain and thunderstorms, heavy over the tropics. Moist onshore winds are bringing a few showers to tropical QLD. Highs are keeping much of QLD and southern WA generally dry.
A trough in the east will deepen, causing showers and thunderstorms over TAS, VIC, NSW and southwestern QLD, while filtering warm air ahead of it. Another trough will cause showers and storms over the NT and northern WA. A high to the south will keep SA and southern WA clear.
A broad will continue to generate showers and thunderstorms over eastern VIC, NSW and southern and western QLD. Another trough in the west will produce showers and storms over WA's west and north and the NT. A high will continue to keep southern WA and SA clear and dry.
A trough over NSW and QLD will continue to generate showers and thunderstorms, some heavy. Another trough will cause showers and storms to become heavier over the NT and northern WA. A front will cause a cooler showery change over SA, VIC and TAS.
A series of troughs over the east will weaken, but still continue to produce showers and thunderstorms over northern NSW and QLD. Another trough will cause thunderstorms over the NT and WA tropics, while filtering warm air over WA's west. A high will keep SA and VIC mostly dry.
A trough in the east will trigger showers and thunderstorms in northern NSW and across QLD. Another trough will cause thundery showers over the NT Top End and WA Kimberley, while filtering heat over southwest WA. A weak front will bring early rain to TAS.