Australian Chart Summary
Saturday - Latest
A cold front in the south is bringing some very patchy light rain to southern WA. Warm northerlies winds ahead of trough are bringing a warm night for SA. A high over the southeast is bringing settled weather while another high builds in the west bringing a cold morning.
Sunday 22:00 EST
A front and trough moving over VIC and TAS will generate heavy showers and cool gusty winds. Onshore winds directed by a high pressure ridge will bring a few showers to the coast of NSW and southern QLD. A heat trough in the Pilbara may generate the odd afternoon storm.
Monday 22:00 EST
A trough will shift east bringing a warm day to QLD followed by isolated showers and thunderstorms. Cool winds in the wake of a front will bring brisk showers to TAS and VIC, as well as snow to the Alps of NSW and VIC. A high pressure ridge will keep skies clear in the southwest.
Tuesday 22:00 EST
An inland trough over QLD will draw onshore winds, triggering a few afternoon thundery showers. Brisk onshore winds in the wake of a weakening front moving over the southeast will bring a few showers to VIC, southeastern SA and TAS. A ridge will keep the west and interior dry.
Wednesday 22:00 EST
A trough over northern QLD looks to trigger a few isolated showers and thunderstorms, most likely in the afternoon. A ridge of high pressure will keep skies mostly clear across the interior. A trough over the Pilbara will deepen due to a warming airmass.
Thursday 22:00 EST
A front looks to impact southwest WA, causing a showers and the odd storm. A trough associated with this front will draw warm air to southern WA. Moist onshore winds will generate showers and a few storms in eastern QLD and northeastern NSW.
Southern parts of Western Australia are due for some warm weather after a cool start to the season.
Large portions of the east were shrouded in a foggy blanket in the early hours of the morning.