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A broad trough over northern WA, NT, QLD and northeast NSW is triggering showers and thunderstorms. A cold front crossing the southeast is producing showers and a cool change to eastern NSW. High pressure is bringing a settled evening to the south and west.

Wednesday 22:00 EDT

A deepening low pressure system over WA will lead to showers and storms, some heavy. A low pressure trough over the NT and QLD will lead to isolated showers and the odd storm. Onshore winds in NSW will lead to the odd shower, mainly along coastal parts.

Thursday 22:00 EDT

A broad region of low pressure will continue to generate storms and showers over WA. Onshore winds and a trough about the NSW/QLD border will lead to isolated showers. A cold front near TAS will lead to showers and strong winds, mainly in the west.

Friday 22:00 EDT

A deepening region of low pressure will continue to cross eastwards, leading to showers and storms in SA, NT and WA, locally heavy. Onshore winds may produce the odd coastal shower for southern WA and TAS. Mostly clear over NSW and VIC under a weakening high.

Saturday 22:00 EDT

A broad area low pressure system and associated troughs should persist, bringing rain and storms to the NT, SA, northern VIC, NSW and QLD. A cold front clipping the south may bring showers to southern VIC and TAS. A weak ridge of high pressure should keep much of WA clear.

Sunday 22:00 EDT

A broad area of low pressure system may remain over the east, bringing strong winds, rain and possible storms to NSW, VIC, extending in the NT with associated troughs. Onshore winds are feeding another trough in QLD and should lead to coastal showers.

Monday 22:00 EDT

Low pressure and troughs should bring areas of showers and storms, possibly heavy, to QLD. Another trough in the north may generate the odd storm over the NT. An approaching front in the southwest could bring the odd shower. Clear elsewhere under ridges of high pressure.

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