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Australian Chart Summary

Thursday - Latest

A moist unstable southwesterly flow in the wake of a cold front is producing gusty cool showers over TAS and VIC. A trough over northern WA, the NT and western QLD is generating isolated thunderstorms. A weak trough over the QLD Tropical Coast is also producing thundery showers.

Thursday 22:00 EDT

A trough will send hot winds across northern NSW and southern QLD to the coast then bring a cooler change. Troughs will trigger storms in the tropics and inland WA. A high will clear SA and VIC and cause strong winds and showers to ease and highland snow to clear in TAS.

Friday 22:00 EDT

A trough will linger over QLD, generating a very warm day with showers and storms in the east and north of the state. Another trough in the north and west will also bring showers and storms to the Top End and northern WA. A high will clear most light showers from TAS and VIC.

Saturday 22:00 EDT

A trough will trigger showers and storms in QLD, heavy inland. Another trough will generate showers and storms in the Top End and northern WA, heavy in the Pilbara. A high will keep southern Australia generally dry with cool southerly winds. A front will bring showers to TAS.

Sunday 22:00 EDT

Moist air will feed into a trough in the east, generating showers and storms in QLD and northern NSW, heavy inland. A trough in the north and west will trigger showers and storms across the Top End and northern WA. A weak high will keep the south of the country generally dry.

Monday 22:00 EDT

A trough in the east will generate a humid, stormy day in QLD and NSW with heavy falls in northern NSW and southern QLD. A trough in the northwest should weaken, causing storms to ease in the Top End and northern WA. A front may bring showers to TAS, southern VIC and coastal SA.

Tuesday 22:00 EDT

Troughs will generate showers and storms in northeastern NSW, QLD and the tropics and the odd storm in northern WA. A high will keep almost all of southern Australia with cool southerly winds and clear showers from TAS and VIC. A front should bring showery winds to eastern NSW.

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