Australian Chart Summary
Monday - Latest
A weak trough in the west and low in the northwest in generating a few showers and storms over northern WA. A cold front is bringing the odd shower to southern SA and western VIC. Onshore winds in the east are bringing a few light showers along the NSW and QLD coasts.
Monday 22:00 EST
A cold front will approach and cross southern SA and VIC bringing gusty winds and showers. Warm northerly winds ahead of the front will keep NSW mostly dry. Another high over the west will keep most of the interior and southern WA dry.
Tuesday 22:00 EST
A burst of cold air behind a front shall cause a blustery showers and alpine snow over TAS, VIC and NSW. A low pressure trough will generate showers and a few storms over eastern parts of QLD. Warm and dry easterly winds will persist over WA and the interior.
Wednesday 22:00 EST
A cold front will clear the southeast, leaving cool gusty showers in its wake over parts of TAS, eastern VIC and NSW. A trough looks to trigger a few showers and storms over eastern parts of QLD. A high will bring settled conditions over WA, SA and most of the NT.
Thursday 22:00 EST
Onshore winds and a trough should bring widespread showers to eastern NSW and QLD. Warm and dry northerly winds further west of the high will bring clear skies for most of VIC, SA, WA and the interior. A cold front should approach the far south of the country.
Friday 22:00 EST
A high pressure system over the Tasman Sea will drift northeast, clearing showers over southeast NSW but maintain showers over east QLD. Another high pressure system should bring clear skies for southwest WA while a cold front should approach SA and VIC.
There were two decent rounds of alpine snow last month and much of Australia's southeast shivered through their coldest temperatures in at least six months last week.
A front is bringing a colder showery change to southern Australia, dropping temperatures by five-to-10 degrees.
Some inland areas of Northern Queensland have had their coldest April morning in at least 60 years.