Australian Chart Summary
Thursday - Latest
A pair of troughs are generating thundery showers over WA and the NT, extending over inland and southern parts of SA. A second weak trough is also producing a few thunderstorm cells over northwestern NSW. Moist onshore winds is maintaining showers over the QLD coast.
Friday 22:00 EDT
Onshore winds from a high in the Tasman Sea will cause scattered showers along most of the east coast. Weak low pressure troughs will trigger showers and possible storms over inland parts of NSW, southern SA, southern, central and northwest WA and northern NT.
Saturday 22:00 EDT
Onshore winds continue along the QLD coast causing further showers. Troughs will continue to generate showers and possible storms over most of NSW, VIC and southwest and northern WA and northern NT. The trough in the southeast will draw warm winds into NSW and VIC.
Sunday 22:00 EDT
On shore winds continue along the QLD coast causing further showers, mainly in the tropics. Troughs will keep much of inland Australia very warm while generate showers and storms in NSW, VIC, southwest WA and northern NT. A late front in the south will bring showers to TAS.
Monday 22:00 EDT
Onshore winds continue to cause showers across tropical QLD. A trough over the southeast will produce showers and storms, focusing in NSW and eastern VIC. A trough over WA will produce isolated showers in the northwest. Showers will continue in TAS following the cold front.
Tuesday 22:00 EDT
Onshore winds continue to trigger showers in tropical QLD. A trough stretching from the NT to NSW will produce showers and possible storms in southern QLD, most of NSW and eastern VIC. The trough over WA should continue to trigger showers in the west.