Australian Chart Summary
Tuesday - Latest
A cold front is bringing showery winds and thunder to southwest WA. A front running along the NSW coast is bringing a burst of brisk winds and showers. A high is clearing light showers and cloud from southern NSW, VIC, TAS and SA, allowing it to cool down fairly quickly overnight
Wednesday 22:00 EST
A low pressure trough and brisk onshore winds will trigger showers over southern parts of WA. A large high in the southeast will keep inland areas dry. Moist onshore winds will produce showers only the QLD coast.
Thursday 22:00 EST
A low pressure trough and cold front will bring a colder change with showers to SA. Cool southerlies in the front's wake will bring showers to southern coasts of WA. Warm air is lingering over northern parts of the country.
Friday 22:00 EST
A low pressure trough in the east will generate widespread patchy rain and thunder across QLD, NSW and VIC. A cold front will produce gusty winds and showers in SA and parts of VIC. Brisk onshore winds will trigger coastal showers in the southwest.
Saturday 22:00 EST
A cold front will surge across VIC and NSW, bringing rain and snow to the Alps. Brisk onshore winds will trigger showers along coastal parts of SA and southern WA. A weak upper trough will cause patchy rain over northwestern parts of WA.
Sunday 22:00 EST
A low pressure system may develop over the Tasman Sea, causing very strong winds and showers for eastern parts of NSW and VIC. Brisk southerlies should direct showers across coastal SA and southern WA. An upper trough may bring rain to western parts of WA.