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Australian Chart Summary

Saturday - Latest

A deep trough is generating areas rain over easternern parts of VIC and NSW. This trough is also generating showers and the odd thunderstorm over Central Atralia and the Pilbara. Moist southeasterly winds are producing isolated showers over the QLD coast.

Sunday 22:00 EST

Moist and southerly winds will move onshore and generate cool showers over VIC and NSW. A low pressure trough will linger over the coast of QLD producing showers and isolated thunderstorms. A low pressure trough over the Pilbara and Kimberley will bring showers and thunderstorms.

Monday 22:00 EST

A coastal trough will deepen producing heavy rain over NSW and eastern QLD. A weak trough over the Pilbara and Kimberley regions will generate showers and thunderstorms. A region low pressure will produce thundery showers over the Top End and Cape York Peninsula.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

An east coast low has the potential to develop off the Macquarie coast producing heavy showers and the odd thunderstorm over NSW. A weak trough will continue to generate showers and thunderstorms over the Pilbara region.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

An east coast low will linger sending very moist easterly winds onshore generating heavy showers over eastern NSW and eastern VIC. A region of low pressure should stimulate thundery showers over the Cape York Peninsula, Top End and Kimberley.

Thursday 22:00 EST

An east coast low will begin to linger allowing conditions to ease a little. Showers will continue over eastern parts of NSW and VIC. A front will approach TAS producing gusty showers. A region of low pressure will trigger isolated showers over the tropics.

Friday 22:00 EST

A moist southeasterly flow will generate showers over eastern TAS, eastern VC and NSW. A high pressure ridge will direct moist winds over the SA coast producing light isolated showers. Conditions will remain mostly stable inland as a result of this broad high.

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