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Australian Chart Summary

Tuesday - Latest

A low and trough are causing storms in southeast QLD and showers about southern nsw and eastern VIC. Fronts are bringing a burst of brisk, showery winds to TAS and the coasts of SA and VIC. A heat trough in the north and west is only causing patchy light rain over inland WA.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A cold front will cross TAS and VIC causing showers and storms. A trough will cross NSW and southern QLD triggering showers and storms. A ridge will keep central Australia dry, whilst a heat trough in the west and north produces a few showers and storms in WA.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A weak low and trough will trigger isolated showers and storms about the interior. A broad high over the Bight will direct moist onshore winds and showers over TAS, southern NSW and VIC. The high will keep elsewhere mostly sunny and dry.

Friday 22:00 EST

A large high pressure system will deepen as it slowly moves east. The high will direct moist onshore winds and showers onto TAS, eastern NSW and southeastern QLD. The high will bring mostly sunny conditions elsewhere and a cool morning to the southeast.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A trough in the east will deepen and trigger showers and storms over QLD and northern NSW. A high will bring another cool morning to the south while directing showery southeasterlies into northeastern NSW and southeastern QLD. Very warm easterlies will spread across WA.

Sunday 22:00 EST

Moist onshore winds and an inland trough will combine to produce showers and storms in eastern QLD. A high pressure system will bring a cool morning to the southeast. Heat will spread into the southwest ahead of a strong cold front bringing rain and gusty winds later.

Monday 22:00 EST

A low and front will continue to cross southern WA, bringing showers, storms and a cold change. Very warm northwesterlies will filter into SA ahead of the front. A high will keep the southeast clear whilst directing showery southeasterlies onto the QLD coast.

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