The Monsoon trough is causing showers and storms in the tropics, becoming heavier around two Tropical Lows near QLD. A trough over eastern parts of VIC and NSW is also triggering showers and storms. Heat is filtering into WA ahead of an approaching front.
Tropical Lows will continue to deepen near northern and eastern QLD, casing showers and winds to increase. A trough over NSW and eastern VIC will produce some showers and storms. Another trough over central and western Australia will also produce storms.
A tropical low should near the QLD coast bringing heavy rain and strong winds. A broad region of low pressure over northern WA should produce some thundery showers. A high over the Tasman sea should steer moist winds onshore generating showers.
A tropical low over the coast of QLD should generate heavy rain and increased winds. A low pressure trough over the southeast will steer warm air over the southern capitals. A broad monsoon trough will produce showers over the tropics.
A low pressure trough over the southeast should generate some isolated showers and storms. A tropical low will continue to linger over the QLD coast generating heavy showers. The monsoon trough over northern Australia should trigger thundery showers.
A tropical low off the coast of QLD will linger bringing heavy showers to northern parts. A low and associated front will bring showers and cool conditions to TAS, VIC and southern NSW. A low pressure trough southern parts of WA should bring some isolated showers.