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Australian Chart Summary

Wednesday - Latest

A trough extending across the NT, inland QLD and northern NSW is triggering showers and thunderstorms. Another trough over western WA is triggering potentially severe storms. Unstable onshore winds are directing showers onto the tropical QLD coast.

Thursday 22:00 EDT

A trough in the east will trigger showers and storms in northeastern NSW and southern QLD. A trough in the west will dip south, causing hot winds, showers and storms to spread across the southern coasts. A high will clear TAS, VIC and southern NSW.

Friday 22:00 EDT

A trough will combine with onshore southerly winds, bringing widespread showers and storms in QLD and northern NSW. A set of troughs across the north and west will generate scattered showers and storms in the NT and WA. A cooler change will spread across southern WA.

Saturday 22:00 EDT

A trough in WA will move east, generating a hot thundery day over western SA. Hot northerly winds will also filter through TAS, VIC and western NSW. A trough in the east will weaken, taking humid, thundery weather to central QLD.

Sunday 22:00 EDT

Troughs will merge over central Australia, drawing hot air across western QLD, western NSW and VIC. The trough will also generate showers and storms across the southeast. Another trough in the west should bringing a hot, thundery day to inland and southern WA.

Monday 22:00 EDT

An area of broad pressure across the interior will trigger showers and storms from northern WA, across the NT and NSW. A low and front should direct heavy rain and showers in TAS, VIC and southern NSW. Another trough in the west should trigger storms in southern WA.

Tuesday 22:00 EDT

An east could could is likely to bring heavy rain and showers to southern QLD, NSW and eastern VIC. Trough across the central interior and the west will trigger thunderstorms across most inland areas, while filtering a hot airmass towards the eastern seaboard.

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