Australian Chart Summary
Thursday - Latest
A low pressure trough is generating patchy rain across western and southern WA. A front is causing wind to strengthen in SA, TAS and VIC. A high is sending onshore winds and showers onto the QLD coast and is helping keep almost all of the rest of Australia dry.
Thursday 22:00 EST
A front will generate very strong winds then showers and a colder change to TAS, VIC and SA. A low pressure trough will trigger patchy rain across western and southern WA. A high will send onshore winds and showers onto the QLD coast and help keep the rest of Australia dry.
Friday 22:00 EST
A low and trough in the west will bring persistent and sometimes heavy rain to southern and western parts of WA. A cold front will reach the south bringing late showers to southern SA, VIC and TAS. A high in the east will keep much of NSW and the north dry and mostly clear.
Saturday 22:00 EST
A low over southern WA and SA will bring easing showers and plenty of cloud to southern WA and SA. A front will clear TAS early, allowing showers to ease through the day. A weakening ridge of high pressure in the east should continue to give clear, dry conditions across the north
Sunday 22:00 EST
A powerful front will sweep across the southeast, bringing showers and strong winds to SA, VIC, TAS and southern NSW. Showers will continue along the southern coastline behind the front. A weak trough in the north will only act to draw warm air to southern QLD ahead of the front
Monday 22:00 EST
A powerful cold front will continue across the east of the country, bringing cold and gusty winds as well as showers to VIC and southern NSW ranges. A high will bring calmer, clearer conditions to WA, whilst directing showers along the south coast.