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Australian Chart Summary

Sunday - Latest

A broad low pressure trough is triggering showers and storms from northern WA through the interior to the southeast. Hot northerly winds ahead of the trough are filtering into NSW. An area of low pressure over northern QLD is generating a few storms.

Sunday 22:00 EDT

A broad trough extending from central Australia will steer very hot air into QLD, NSW and VIC before triggering widespread showers and thunderstorms. A broad region of low pressure will reside over the tropical north producing thundery showers.

Monday 22:00 EDT

A trough will deepen over eastern VIC, NSW and inland QLD continuing to steer a hot airmass before triggering heavy showers and thunderstorms. A broad region of low pressure over Central Australia and the tropical north will continue to generate thundery showers.

Tuesday 22:00 EDT

A trough will contract north steering heat into southeastern QLD, with showers and thunderstorms to follow. A separate trough extending from the far west to the Kimberley will also produce heavy showers and thunderstorms. A front will cross TAS producing gusty showers.

Wednesday 22:00 EDT

A trough extending from northern WA to the far southwest will deepen producing areas of heavy rain and widespread thunderstorms. A low pressure trough over QLD and eastern NSW will maintain the risk of thunderstorms, particularly about inland QLD.

Thursday 22:00 EDT

A low pressure trough over WA should shift east slightly contracting the region of thunderstorm potential to the interior and Kimberley. Another trough is expected extend over the NT, QLD and into eastern NSW to produce widespread showers and thunderstorms.

Friday 22:00 EDT

A high pressure ridge over the QLD coast is expected interact with a low pressure trough inland to trigger widespread thundery showers. A trough over WA will linger producing thundery showers, although lighter than the days preceding.

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