Australian Synoptic Chart

Synoptic Chart

Friday

A trough extending from WA to the southeast is drawing heat across the interior and NSW and causing showers and storms in SA, TAS and VIC. Low pressure over the tropics and western QLD is causing showers and a few storms. Onshore winds are keeping the QLD coast warm and humid.

Issued Friday 08:59 EDT
  • Cold Winds
  • Mild Winds
  • Warm Winds
  • Hot Winds
  • High Pressure System
  • Low Pressure System
  • Tropical Cyclone
  • Jetstream
  • Rain (mm)
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  • Low Pressure Trough
  • Cold Front
  • Warm Front
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