you are not logged in | login or join us

Australian Chart Summary

Sunday - Latest

A trough over QLD is generating showers and potentially severe thunderstorms. A cold front crossing southern WA is triggering rain areas and strong winds. A high is directing showers over northeast NSW and eastern QLD. A high is keeping elsewhere mostly dry.

Monday 22:00 EST

A broad trough over QLD will combine with moist onshore winds to generate widespread showers and storms. A low and cold front will cross southern WA triggering showers and storms. Warm northerly winds will filter into SA ahead of the front. A high will keep elsewhere mostly dry.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A low and an associated cold front will move over SA causing showers and storms. Warm northerly winds will filter over the southeast ahead of the front. A pair of highs will direct moist onshore winds and showers over southern WA and eastern QLD.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A low and trough will move east spreading heavy showers and storms into western NSW, VIC and TAS. Warm northerly winds ahead of the trough will filter into NSW and QLD. Highs will direct isolated showers onto southern SA and eastern QLD while keeping elsewhere mostly dry.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A trough will cross NSW and move into QLD causing showers and storms. Moist onshore winds will drive scattered showers over TAS. A broad high pressure system will keep elsewhere mostly clear and dry.

Friday 22:00 EST

A cold front will clip TAS causing showers and the odd storm. A trough will cross southwest WA causing isolated showers. A broad high will edge east, directing onshore winds and showers over VIC. The high will keep elsewhere mostly dry.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A cold front will clip southern WA causing showers and the odd storm. A broad high will continue to move east. The high will direct isolated showers over eastern NSW and QLD hile keeping elsewhere mostly dry.

Site search


Enter a postcode or town name for local weather, or text to search the site. » advanced search

Brisbane's Riverwalk reopens, but could cost $20 million more than expected

ABC image 21:48 EST Brisbane's Riverwalk has reopened after being destroyed in the 2011 floods, but it could cost ratepayers $20 million more than had been expected.

Help with Weatherzone