A trough over northeast NSW and QLD is triggering showers and storms. A weakening low pressure system is driving showers over eastern VIC. A cold front is crossing southwest WA bringing showers and gusty winds. A high pressure system is keeping elsewhere mostly dry.
A weakening trough will produce showers in TAS, heaviest about western areas. A large high will dominate over mainland Australia, directing onshore winds and showers onto the tropical QLD coast and creating a cool morning for inland areas.
A cold front will trigger showers in southeastern SA, southern VIC and TAS. Unstable westerly winds will bring light showers to the far southwest of WA. A large high will bring a dry and sunny day elsewhere, while directing a few showers along the tropical QLD coast.
A cold front will bring strong winds and showers ahead of it to southeast SA, VIC and TAS. Moist onshore winds will bring a few showers to the far southwest of WA. A broad high will lead to a dry and sunny day elsewhere, while creating a cool morning.
A strong front may produce rain areas and gusty winds in the southeast. Unstable westerlies in the wake of the front may cause a few showers about southwest WA. A large ridge should keep much of the country clear and mostly dry, leading to a cool morning about inland areas.
A vigorous cold front may move across SA, VIC, TAS and NSW producing powerful winds, showers, snow and a very cold change. A trough developing behind the front may produce showers in southern SA. A high will clear much of WA, producing a very cold morning in the west.