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Australian Chart Summary

Saturday - Latest

A pair of troughs over northern WA,NT,SA and northern NSW are triggering areas of light rain and a few storms. Hot northerly winds ahead of one of the troughs is filtering into SA. A high is driving onshore winds and showers over eastern QLD.

Sunday 22:00 EDT

A broad trough stretching from northern WA through to the southeast will generate widespread showers and storms. Onshore winds around a high will drive showers over northeastern QLD. Moist winds ahead of a cold front will trigger the odd shower over southwest WA.

Monday 22:00 EDT

A deep trough over NSW and QLD, fed by moist onshore winds, will generate heavy showers and storms. An associated broad region of low pressure over the NT, WA and SA will cause showers and storms.

Tuesday 22:00 EDT

A trough will linger over the NSW/QLD border region causing showers and storms. A low and associated trough over SA, NT and northern WA will generate showers and storms. Moist winds ahead of a cold front will cause light isolated showers over TAS.

Wednesday 22:00 EDT

A low and associated trough will deepen as it moves east causing heavy showers and storms from the Top End, though western QLD, NSW and VIC to TAS. Another trough will linger over the NSW/QLD border causing scattered storms. A high will clear much of SA and southern WA.

Thursday 22:00 EDT

A low will move over the Tasman Sea and extend a broad trough to northern WA. This trough will trigger showers and storms, heaviest in NSW. Another trough will cause showers and storms over southern QLD. A high will drive moist onshore winds and showers over southern WA.

Friday 22:00 EDT

A low will develop within a trough in the east causing an increase in heavy rain and storms for eastern NSW and southern QLD. Another area of low pressure over the NT and northern WA will generate showers and storms. A high in the Bight will drive showers over VIC and TAS.

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