Australian Chart Summary
Monday - Latest
Warm air is filtering in ahead of a trough, bringing unseasonable warmth to southeastern QLD. A cold front is sweeping the southeast, causing showers in SA and VIC and low-level snow in TAS. Onshore winds along southern WA and eastern QLD coasts are bringing a few showers.
Monday 22:00 EST
Brisk southwesterly winds in the wake of a front will bring showers across TAS and southern parts of SA and VIC. A trough will bring a few showers to southeastern QLD. A large high pressure ridge will bring clear skies and a cool morning across southern NT, WA and SA.
Tuesday 22:00 EST
A front will bring gusty showers across TAS and southern parts of VIC, SA and WA. A southerly flow moving along the east coast will generate a few light showers in southeastern QLD. A ridge of high pressure will cause a cold morning across the interior of SA, NT and WA.
Wednesday 22:00 EST
A trough will deepen off the west coast, causing showers to increase in eastern WA. A brisk airstream in the wake of a front will bring showers across VIC, TAS and southern NSW. A high pressure ridge will steer warm southeasterly winds across the NT.
Thursday 22:00 EST
A trough looks to deepen off the western WA coast, causing showers and a few storms. A front looks to bring showers across TAS and VIC. Brisk winds behind this front in cool air looks to generate light showers in SA. A high will clear skies across the interior of the nation.
Friday 22:00 EST
A trough looks to shift across WA, bringing areas of rain and a few thundery showers. A front associated with this trough is expected to cause southwesterly winds to increase across WA's southwest coast. A moist flow moving across the southeast look to cause a few showers.
Snow is falling in Hobart's central business district and across the state, prompting the closure of many roads and schools.