A trough and embedded low over inland parts WA is stimulating showers and thunderstorms. A broad region of low pressure over northern WA and the NT is also triggering thundery showers. A trough over eastern QLD is maintaining light isolated showers.
A broad trough will allow a hot air mass to filter from the interior to southern WA, while triggering showers and thunderstorms. This trough will also generate showers and storms over inland QLD. Moist southeasterlies will bring coastal showers to QLD and northern NSW.
A trough in the east will trigger showers and thunderstorms across QLD, NSW and eastern VIC. An extension of this trough in the west will cause heavy showers and thunderstorms throughout the NT, WA and western SA, whilst drawing heat into the south.
A trough across the east will trigger storms and showers across QLD, NSW and VIC. Another trough will cause heavy showers and storms throughout northern WA, the NT and parts of SA and direct heat to the southern coast.
A pair of troughs will merge into a broad trough stretching from northern WA to the southeast, producing widespread showers and thunderstorms. An onshore flow will cause showers about southwestern TAS and tropical QLD. Very warm southeasterlies will push across WA.
A broad trough stretching from northern WA to southeast NSW will produce widespread showers and thunderstorms, whilst directing heat into the east. A high pressure ridge will direct moist onshore winds to the east coast, causing showers. Heat will build slightly in the west.