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Australian Chart Summary

Wednesday - Latest

A trough is drawing very warm northerly winds across QLD and northeastern NSW before bringing a gusty, cooler, mainly dry southerly change. A high is causing strong wind to ease and most showers to clear in NSW, VIC, TAS and SA while keeping the NT dry. Hot northeast winds for WA

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A trough will generate very warm northerly winds across QLD and northeastern NSW then bring a gusty, cooler, mainly dry southerly change. A high will cause strong wind to ease and most showers to clear in NSW, VIC, TAS and SA while keeping the NT dry. Hot northeast winds for WA.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A high will direct a few showers over coastal VIC and TAS, while bringing a cool morning to the southeast inland. A trough will cause the odd thundery shower in QLD. A trough in the west will drag hot northerlies over the state while triggering thundery showers.

Friday 22:00 EST

A high will direct the odd shower on the northern QLD coast, while bringing a cool morning over the nation's southeast. A trough over the QLD interior may cause thundery showers. A heat trough in the west will filter hot northerlies over eastern WA and western SA.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A trough over the east will trigger isolated showers and thunderstorms over northeast NSW and eastern QLD. A trough and front will cause the odd shower in TAS, while filtering very warm air into SA. A high will keep the west mostly dry, apart from the odd shower in the southwest.

Sunday 22:00 EDT

A moist, onshore flow trigger the odd shower over eastern QLD. Another trough over central parts will combine with a high to allow warmth to pool over SA, NSW and QLD. A trough and front will filter heat over WA, while causing showers and storms in the south.

Monday 22:00 EDT

A cold front will move through the southeast bringing showers to SA, TAS, VIC and southern NSW. Warm northerly winds ahead of this front will bring a hot day to the rest of NSW and QLD. A ridge of high pressure over the west will keep WA mostly dry and sunny.

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