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Australian Chart Summary

Thursday - Latest

A trough forming in the west ahead of a front is generating mild northerly winds and showers in western WA. A high is keeping the NT, SA, TAS, VIC and southern and western NSW generally dry. Troughs in the east are causing showers over the NSW and southern QLD coasts and ranges.

Friday 22:00 EST

Troughs will deepen, causing showers in QLD and NSW to become heavier on parts of the coast and scatter inland. A weak trough will cause thundery showers across western and southern WA before a high clears the region later. A high will keep elsewhere generally dry.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A trough in the east will cause showers and a few storms in southeast QLD and eastern NSW, heaviest on the coast. A weak trough and low will bring patchy rain and a weak cooler change to western VIC and SA. A high will keep WA and the NT generally dry as easterlies warm the area.

Sunday 22:00 EST

A weak trough will cross the southeast, bringing patchy rain and thunder to TAS, VIC and southern NSW, with some heavy falls possible in VIC. A trough further east should move further offshore, causing showers in southeast QLD and northeast NSW to become light and coastal.

Monday 22:00 EST

Troughs should begin to merge, causing showers and storms to affect eastern VIC, NSW and QLD with heavy falls possible about the NSW coast and ranges. A high should clear TAS and keep SA, the NT and WA generally dry. Warm northeasterly winds should affect WA, mainly the west.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A weak trough and front will bring a cooler change and patchy rain to southwest WA. Warm northerlies ahead of the trough will affect southern WA. A high will keep the NT, SA, TAS and much of VIC dry. Troughs in the east will generate showers in NSW and QLD, heaviest in NSW.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

Troughs in the east will continue to combine with moist easterly winds to generate heavy showers and storms over northern NSW and southern QLD. Highs should clear southern NSW and VIC and keep TAS, SA, the NT and WA generally dry. Warm easterlies will affect the northwest tropics

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