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Australian Chart Summary

Thursday - Latest

A low pressure trough moving over southern and central parts of WA is triggering showers and a few isolated thunderstorms. A broad ridge of high pressure is keeping conditions generally dry and sunny elsewhere. A weak trough in the east is having very little impact over QLD.

Friday 22:00 EST

Moist onshore winds will interact with a low pressure trough over QLD to trigger light isolated showers and the odd thunderstorm. A low pressure trough will also filter warm air over western parts of SA leading to a hot day.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A trough will continue to filter a warm airmass over southeastern parts of the nation leading to a hot day. Moist onshore winds will feed a weak trough over southern QLD and northeastern NSW to trigger showers. A trough in the far southwest will trigger showers.

Sunday 22:00 EDT

Moist southerly winds interacting with a low and trough will produce showers over southwestern parts of WA. A trough will steer hot air into NSW leading to a hot day. A high pressure ridge will also steer moist winds onshore triggering light isolated showers over NSW and QLD

Monday 22:00 EDT

A front and should will approach the southeast triggering gusty cool showers and isolated thunderstorms. A high pressure ridge should steer moist southerly winds over southern parts of WA to trigger light isolated showers.

Tuesday 22:00 EDT

A low and front should continue to move over the nation's southeast triggering gusty cool showers. A broad high pressure ridge should dominate remaining parts of the nation keeping conditions generally dry and stable.

Wednesday 22:00 EDT

A high pressure ridge should steer a west/southwesterly flow along the coasts of VIC and NSW triggering scattered light showers. Conditions will remain generally dry and stable elsewhere under high pressure. Weak troughs in the east and west should not bring any impact.

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