Australian Chart Summary
Saturday - Latest
A trough is triggering areas of rain and a few storms over SA, VIC and southern NSW. A warm airmass is moving ahead of this trough, bringing mild conditions in NSW and QLD. Cold air in the wake of a front is causing snow to alpine areas in the southeast.
Sunday 22:00 EST
A pair of fronts will impact the nation's southeast bringing cold strong winds, showers and low level snow for southern NSW, VIC and TAS. A southwesterly flow in the wake of these systems will produce gusty showers over southern parts of SA.
Monday 22:00 EST
A gusty cold westerly flow in the wake of a cold front will produce showers over TAS, eastern VIC and eastern parts of NSW. A southwesterly breeze will continue to generate isolated showers over southern parts of SA.
Tuesday 22:00 EST
A cold front will produce gusty cold showers over southern parts of SA, VIC and NSW, with particularly poor conditions for TAS. A broad trough offshore and moist onshore winds may stimulate a few showers over far northeastern NSW and southeast QLD.
Wednesday 22:00 EST
A gusty and cold southwesterly flow should move over southern parts of SA, VIC, TAS and southern NSW in the wake of a front producing showers. A low pressure trough and embedded low should develop off the coast of WA stimulating showers over the coastal fringe.
Thursday 22:00 EST
A trough and embedded low should deepen and move closer to the coast of WA producing showers and possible thunderstorms in the far west. A moist and unstable southwesterly flow will generate gusty cool showers over TAS, southern SA, southern VIV and far southeastern NSW.