A broad low pressure trough is causing a wet and cool evening for northern VIC, NSW and QLD, as well as storms to the NT Top End. A low is causing showers in southeastern parts of SA. High pressure systems in the west and over TAS is leading to a mostly dry night.
An offshore low and a trough in the east will generate showers and isolated storms across NSW, southern QLD and eastern VIC. A high in the west will bring a cool morning to southern parts of WA and SA, while directing a few light showers onto the SA coast.
A low off the east coast will cause showers over NSW, heaviest on the north coast. A high will direct showers onto the SA, VIC and TAS coasts, while will bringing cool mornings and mostly clear days for the rest of the southeast. Onshore winds will bring showers in the tropics.
A broad high will bring a cool morning to SA, VIC and western parts of NSW and keep WA and SA mostly clear. This high will also generate coastal showers in northern NSW and QLD. Cool and gusty westerlies will direct showers across TAS and southern VIC.
A large high pressure system direct a few showers onto the east coast, while causing mostly clear skies and a cool morning across the remainder of the southeast. Strong gusty westerlies will cause showers in western TAS. A trough will cause showers over the WA Pilbara.
A low pressure trough and cold front will generate showers and storms and a cool change in western parts of WA. A high pressure system should direct showers onto the east coast, while bringing a cool morning and mostly clear skies to the rest of QLD, NSW, VIC, TAS and SA.
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