A low and trough over WA is generating showers and potentially severe thunderstorms. Brisk southwesterlies are producing the odd shower in southern VIC and TAS. A high is keeping skies mostly clear across SA, NSW and QLD. Low pressure is causing thundery showers in the tropics.
A trough over eastern WA will continue to move east, triggering showers and storms. This trough will also filter hot northerly winds over SA and the NT. Low pressure over the northern tropics will produce showers and storms. A high will keep skies in the east mostly clear.
A trough extending from eastern WA to VIC will cause showers and the odd storm, mainly about southern areas. A front approaching TAS may produce a few showers, heaviest about the west. A high pressure ridge should keep NSW and southern QLD mostly dry.
A broad trough extending from northern WA to VIC is expected to generate showers and storms over central and southeastern Australia. This trough should also bring a hot air mass over into the east. Low pressure over the northern tropics may generate a few showers and storms.
A trough stretching from northern WA to northeast NSW should cause showers and storms. A region of low pressure will produce a few storms about the tropics. Moist westerlies behind a front will bring showers and gusty winds to VIC and TAS, mostly in the west.
A broad trough extending from northern WA, across the tropics to northeast NSW will cause showers and storms. Gusty onshore winds should generate a few showers along coastal VIC and TAS. A high pressure ridge should keep southern WA and SA mostly dry and clear.