A broad low and trough in the west is triggering showers and thunderstorms from the Kimberley to the southwest. An east coast low is sending moist southerly winds, showers and a powerful swell to NSW, eastern VIC, and TAS. A trough over QLD is producing thundery showers.
An East Coast Low will direct moist winds to TAS, eastern VIC and NSW causing some showers. A trough in the east will trigger showers and thunderstorms in eastern QLD and northeastern NSW. Another trough in the west will produce thundery showers in WA's west and interior.
Moist onshore winds feeding into a trough will cause some showers in eastern NSW, VIC, and TAS. Another trough in the west will spark some thundery showers and direct hot air to western WA. The south and interior remains dry under the influence of a high pressure ridge.
A trough in the east will cause some showers and storms across eastern QLD and northeastern NSW. Another trough in the west will cause some showers and thunderstorms as well as filter a hot air mass to WA's western interior. A high pressure ridge will keep the south dry.
A trough the west is likely to cause some showers and storms and filter a hot airmass towards the coast to WA's west. Moist onshore winds along eastern VIC and NSW look to cause some showers. A low embedded in a trough over QLD is likely to produce a few showers and storms.
Moist onshore winds feeding into an inland trough in the east is likely to cause some showers and storms in eastern QLD and northeastern NSW. A heat trough in the west is expected to produce some showers and storms. A high pressure ridge should keep the south and interior dry.
A trough in the west is likely to direct hot air to western WA and trigger some showers. Moist southerly winds in the east is expected to generate a few showers around eastern VIC, NSW and QLD. A broad region of low pressure in the tropics will continue to cause thundery showers.