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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.