Australian Chart Summary
Friday - Latest
Brisk winds in the wake of a cold front is producing showers in southern SA, VIC and southern NSW. A trough combining with the jestream over the west is bringing areas of rain over northern WA and the southern NT. Onshore winds are generating a few light showers on the QLD coast.
Saturday 22:00 EST
A trough in the west will bring rain across western WA. A humid onshore flow will cause a few showers on the northern QLD coast and eastern NT coast. Brisk winds in the wake of a cold front will send cool showers across TAS, southeastern SA and VIC.
Sunday 22:00 EST
A large front will generate cool showers in southern WA. An onshore flow should produce a few showers on the eastern coasts of QLD and the NT. Gusty westerly winds will generate showers over TAS and the VIC coast, heaviest in western parts.
Monday 22:00 EST
A low looks to develop within a broad trough over the southeast, producing showers and rain in SA, VIC, TAS and parts of QLD and NSW. A front associated with this low should bring a cold day to much of the southeast. A dry, southerly change will reach the NT.
Tuesday 22:00 EST
A front should sweep the southeast, generating some snow to the Alps of VIC and NSW with showers elsewhere. A low pressure system with this front is looking to produce squally showers in TAS and VIC. Onshore winds in the wake of the front will bring showers to southern WA.
Wednesday 22:00 EST
A low looks to deepen off the east coast, possibly causing showers along the NSW, TAS and VIC coasts. An onshore flow could produce a few showers over the QLD Peninsula. A trough over the west could cause areas of rain to develop in northwestern WA.
It was a teeth-chattering start to July for Australia's westernmost capital city.