A low pressure trough is generating patchy rain and storms over northeast NSW and QLD. Unstable and cold southerlies are bringing showers and areas of small hail and alpine snow to TAS, VIC and NSW. Another trough is producing areas of rain and the odd storm in the Pillara.
A developing coastal trough and low pressure will cause gale winds near the coast and heavy rain over eastern NSW. A large high pressure system is keeping SA and southern parts of WA mostly dry. A trough and low in the west is causing showers in the Pilbara.
A strengthening low pressure system off the NSW coast will trigger areas of heavy rain and gales. A low pressure trough in the west is causing showers and thunderstorms over western parts of WA. Moist onshore winds will cause showers and storms over the tropics.
An offshore low in the east will cause showers and and gusty winds to the NSW coast. Dry southeasterlies will reduce humidity over the NT. A low pressure trough in the west will cause a few showers, mostly in the Pilbara and Kimberley.
A cold front approaching TAS will cause a few showers to develop in the west. An offshore low in the east will move further into the Tasman Sea, allowing winds and rain to ease. Warm and dry air will linger over western QLD and inland parts of the NT.
A cold front in the southeast will generate a cool and showery day for SA, VIC, TAS and southern NSW. Warm and dry air will remain over inland QLD and southern parts of the NT. A trough in the west is only causing the odd shower.