Australian Chart Summary
Tuesday - Latest
Easterly winds are elevating fire danger and bringing a hot day to western WA. Onshore winds are bringing the odd, light shower to the eastern seaboard. A trough shifting north is causing rain and the odd storm in northern QLD. A high pressure ridge is keeping the south dry.
Tuesday 22:00 EDT
A deep low pressure trough will continue to bring heavy rain and storms to far northern QLD. An area of low pressure will generate thundery showers over the Top End. A trough will continue to filter hot and dry easterly winds over western WA.
Wednesday 22:00 EDT
A trough will continue to generate heavy rain and storms over far north QLD. Low pressure will bring thundery showers across the Top End. A trough in the east will produce thundery showers over the NSW/VIC alp region. Another trough will drag very hot air across WA.
Thursday 22:00 EDT
A trough will move off the northern QLD coast, causing showers and storms to ease. Another trough will bring showers and some storms across TAS, VIC and NSW. A trough over WA will continue to bring very hot conditions. Low pressure will cause thundery showers in the NT Top End.
Friday 22:00 EDT
A region of low pressure across the Top End and northern QLD will continue to trigger showers and storms. Onshore winds will combine with a low pressure trough to generate showers and storms over eastern NSW, VIC and TAS. A very hot airmass will filter into southwest WA.
Saturday 22:00 EDT
A trough over WA will continue filter very hot air across much of the state, whilst triggering thundery showers over the NT Top End and northwest WA. Another trough will drag a hot airmass over VIC and NSW & bring the odd storm. Onshore winds will cause showers over northern QLD.