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Australian Chart Summary

Thursday - Latest

A low pressure trough is generating showers and thunderstorms over NSW and isolated light showers over SA. A second trough over WA is also producing thundery showers. A trough over QLD is interacting with a coastal trough to maintain persistent heavy showers.

Friday 22:00 EDT

A trough will produce showers and isolated storms in QLD, NSW and northeastern parts of SA. Onshore winds will bring a few showers to southern TAS, keeping northern parts mostly dry. A low pressure trough over western parts of WA will trigger showers and thunderstorms.

Saturday 22:00 EDT

A coastal trough will deepen over QLD, NSW, eastern VIC and TAS bringing heavy showers and storms. A ridge of high pressure will bring a mostly dry day to western VIC and SA. A trough over WA will bring thundery showers to inland parts.

Sunday 22:00 EST

A trough over WA will bring a few showers to the southwest. A cold front will approach TAS causing showers to develop. A trough will bring a few isolated storms to inland parts of NSW and QLD. A coastal trough will cause heavy showers and storms for parts of southeast QLD.

Monday 22:00 EST

A trough over southern QLD and northern NSW will trigger coastal showers. A low pressure system will bring a gusty cool change to VIC and TAS. Onshore winds will trigger light coastal showers in SA. A trough in the west will produce a thundery showers in WA.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A low pressure trough will deepen over WA, bringing showers to western parts. A large high pressure system in the south will bring a mostly dry day for inland SA. A low pressure system and associated trough will cause showers and storms to the southeast.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A ridge of high pressure will keep most of the south and east of the nation mostly dry. Onshore winds will trigger some light showers to eastern VIC and southern NSW. A region of low pressure will trigger thundery showers to the Top End. A trough will bring some showers to WA.

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