Australian Chart Summary
Wednesday - Latest
A cold front is moving away from the NSW coast causing gusty winds to ease. Brisk onshore winds along the QLD coast may cause showers, mostly in the north. A low pressure trough is triggering showers over inland SA. Another trough in the west is drawing heat from the north.
Thursday 22:00 EDT
Cool winds on the eastern seaboard will turn more onshore, causing showers to become widespread. Weak troughs will generate a very warm day with the odd thundery shower in western NSW, SA, WA and the NT. A high will keep rest of the country dry.
Friday 22:00 EDT
Winds on the eastern seaboard will stay onshore, causing further showers. Weak low pressure troughs will trigger isolated showers and storms over inland parts of NSW, SA, WA and northern NT.
Saturday 22:00 EDT
Troughs will continue to generate showers and storms over most of NSW, VIC and southwest WA. Onshore winds on the QLD coast will cause further showers, mainly in the tropics. The trough in the southeast will draw warm winds into NSW and VIC.
Sunday 22:00 EDT
Troughs will keep much of inland Australia very warm and generate showers and storms in the NT, NSW, VIC, and WA. Winds on the QLD coast should stay onshore, causing further showers, mainly in the tropics. A late front in the south will bring showers to TAS.
Monday 22:00 EDT
A Tasman high will continue to direct showery onshore winds onto the tropical QLD coasts. A trough over the southeast should produce a few showers and storms, focusing in NSW and eastern VIC. Showers will continue in TAS following the cold front.
Early spring warmth will come to an end as the Queensland coast is in for a breezy few days.