Australian Chart Summary
Thursday - Latest
A low pressure trough is producing rain in VIC and NSW, with storms in northern NSW. A cold front is bringing chilly winds and showersy to southern SA, VIC and TAS. Another front is delivering showers to southwestern WA, some thundery. A high is keeping QLD mostly sunny and warm.
Thursday 22:00 EST
A low pressure system and associated troughs may bring gusty showers and areas of rain to TAS, VIC and NSW. Cool southwesterly winds may produce showers along coasts of WA and SA. Warm conditions remain in the northwest under sunny skies.
Friday 22:00 EST
A trough should move along the QLD coast, triggering a few showers and the odd storm. A trough and front over VIC will cause showers, falling as snow in the Alps. A large high pressure ridge will bring a cool morning to inland parts of WA and SA.
Saturday 22:00 EST
Cool onshore winds will trigger showers over TAS, eastern VIC and parts of NSW. A cold front clipping WA's south will cause a few showers, while a deepening trough over inland WA may bring thundery showers. A high will bring a sunny day across most of SA, western NSW and QLD.
Sunday 22:00 EST
A trough may cause thundery showers over inland parts of WA. A front approaching SA may bring the odd shower the south. Moist onshore winds could generate a few showers about northern parts of the NT and northern QLD. A high will bring a settled day in western and northern NSW.
Monday 22:00 EST
A trough over WA may trigger showers and thunderstorms. A large high in the southeast may bring a cool morning inland. Moist onshore winds along northern QLD and the NT's Top End may produce a few showers. Cool southerlies could generate a few showers along the NSW coast.