Tropical Cyclone Gillian is bringing heavy rain, storms and gales to the QLD Peninsula. Tropical Cyclone Hadi is generating strong winds and heavy rain about the central QLD coast. Troughs are also causing showers and storms in the NT and WA tropics, and near the SA coasts.
Tropical Cyclone Gillian will generate strong winds and heavy rain over western parts of the Cape York Peninsula. Tropical Cyclone Hadi will cause rain and strong winds over eastern QLD. A trough in the south will draw a hot air mass over SA, VIC and western NSW.
Tropical Cyclone Gillian should remain over the Gulf of Carpentaria causing heavy rain, squally winds and large swell. A trough will cross the south spreading showers and storms through SA, TAS, VIC and southern NSW. A low will cause patchy rain over southern WA.
Tropical Cyclone Gillian should remain over the Gulf of Carpentaria generating heavy rain, squally winds and large swell. A trough will cross eastern NSW causing showers and storms. Another trough over WA will trigger showers and the odd storm.
Tropical Cyclone Gillian may remain over the Gulf of Carpentaria allowing heavy rain, strong winds and large swells to continue. Areas of low pressure over WA will cause showers and storms. A trough in the east should generate patchy light rain.
A monsoon trough and ex-Tropical Cyclone Gillian may generate heavy rain and squally storms about the Cape York Peninsula and the Top End. A broad trough over eastern NSW will cause showers and storms. Another trough over WA will cause some light rain.