Australian Chart Summary
Tuesday - Latest
A pair of troughs are generating scattered showers and thunderstorms across northeast WA, the NT and QLD. A cold front is filtering hot and windy conditions ahead of it into NSW, whilst bringing a cooler, showery change to VIC and TAS. A high is keeping western WA generally clear
Tuesday 22:00 EDT
A trough in the east will bring widespread showers and storms in QLD and eastern NSW. A cool change will spread across VIC, TAS and NSW, driving heat north and bringing showers, tending to snow in the TAS mountains. Another trough in the west will trigger thundery showers.
Wednesday 22:00 EDT
A trough in the west will deepen, drawing hot air to southern parts of WA. The trough will also trigger showers and thunderstorms over the NT and WA. A weaker trough in the east looks to cause a few showers and storms in QLD, mostly in the afternoon.
Thursday 22:00 EDT
A broad trough in the west will deliver showers and storms throughout WA's interior, with some locally heavy falls. Another trough over QLD should trigger afternoon showers and storms over the state's east. A region of low pressure will maintain thundery showers in the tropics.
Friday 22:00 EDT
A deepening trough across the west will filter hot winds towards SA and trigger thundery showers over WA. A low embedded within this trough looks to send cool winds onshore to southern WA, causing showers. A high pressure ridge will bring the odd shower to QLD's east.
Saturday 22:00 EDT
A series of low pressure trough across the interior will act to draw hot air over SA and trigger showers and thunderstorms, with heavy falls possible in the north. A low embedded in this trough looks to bring gusty showers to southern parts of WA.