Australian Chart Summary
Sunday - Latest
A deep low pressure trough is triggering showers and thunderstorms over eastern parts of SA, NSW and northern VIC. A separate trough in the west is producing few thundery showers in the south. Moist onshore winds moving along the QLD coast are generating showers.
Sunday 22:00 EDT
A low pressure trough will trigger widespread showers and thunderstorms over eastern VIC, much of NSW and southeastern parts of QLD. A separate trough will produce thundery showers over southern WA. A moist onshore breeze will maintain showers over the QLD coast.
Monday 22:00 EDT
A low pressure trough will stimulate showers and thunderstorms over WA. A separate trough will also produce showers and thunderstorms over southern QLD, NSW and VIC with showers lacking lightning over TAS. Moist onshore winds will maintain showers over northern QLD.
Tuesday 22:00 EDT
A trough will contract east confining showers and thunderstorms over eastern parts of NSW and southeastern QLD. A second trough over WA will again produce isolated thundery showers. A region of low pressure over the tropics will produce isolated showers.
Wednesday 22:00 EDT
A low pressure trough will generate heavy showers and thunderstorms over northeastern NSW and southeast QLD. A second trough over inland WA should produce light thundery showers. The northern flank of a cold front should produce showers over southwestern parts of WA.
Thursday 22:00 EDT
Moist southeasterly breezes may trigger the odd light shower over northeastern NSW and along the coast and ranges of QLD. A low pressure trough over inland WA has the potential to generate isolated showers and thunderstorms. Warm air will filter over SA ahead of this system.
Adelaide residents will be swapping singlets for sweaters from Sunday.