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Australian Chart Summary

Friday - Latest

A low pressure trough extending from northern WA, across the NT and into SA is producing widespread dry thunderstorms. A region of low pressure is also producing thunderstorms about southern QLD and northern NSW. An approaching front is generating showers over southern TAS.

Saturday 22:00 EDT

A trough will filter hot, gusty winds across the east before bringing a gusty cooler change. The trough will also generate widespread showers and storms across the southeast, central Australia and the Kimberley. A front and trough will bring strong winds and snow to TAS.

Sunday 22:00 EDT

A heat trough across northern Australia will produce showers and thunderstorms from southeastern QLD to northern WA. A high will cause brisk winds to ease and most showers to clear in NSW, VIC, TAS and SA. Hotter northeast winds will develop in western WA ahead of another trough.

Monday 22:00 EDT

A broad trough across the northern tropics will continue to bring showers and storms to northern WA, the NT and QLD. Heavy falls are likely in QLD. A trough and low will trigger some showers and storms about the WA/SA border. A high pressure will keep most of SA, TAS and NSW dry.

Tuesday 22:00 EDT

Troughs will trigger isolated storms and showers over inland QLD, the tropics and over the WA/NT border. A front will bring a cooler, but mainly dry change to southern WA and SA, reaching TAS and VIC at night. Onshore winds on the eastern seaboard will trigger showers, mainly QLD

Wednesday 22:00 EDT

A trough should generate warm and thundery weather in western QLD, NSW, VIC and TAS. Thunderstorms and showers should be heaviest in southeastern NSW and eastern VIC. A high should clear SA with cooler southerly winds. Warmer northeasterly winds should develop in western WA.

Thursday 22:00 EDT

A broad trough is likely to bring thundery showers across the tropical north and the southeast, heaviest over eastern NSW. Another trough over western WA will triggers areas of rain and thunderstorms while filtering hot air across SA.

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