A trough in the west is generating widespread showers and potentially severe storms in WA. A trough in the west is maintaining hot and thundery weather over the NT and northern and western QLD. A high is keeping almost all of southern NSW, VIC, TAS and SA dry and calm.
A trough in the west will generate further widespread showers and storms over inland WA, some heavy. A high should keep eastern SA, TAS and VIC generally dry but cool, apart from a few showers in western TAS and SA. A trough will direct hot air over the east, but little rain.
A trough in the east will bring hot weather to northern NSW, QLD and the NT. A late front will send brisk southerly winds and showers across SA, VIC and TAS. A trough in the west will shift north taking showers and storms to northern WA and western parts of the NT.
Brisk southerlies in the wake of a front will bring showers to TAS, VIC and southeast NSW. A pair of low pressure troughs across the north and west will produce showers and thunderstorms. A trough in the east will direct hot air into eastern and southeastern QLD.
A late cold front will direct cool southwesterlies across southern SA, VIC and TAS. A high in the south will keep southern WA clear and dry whilst pushing a trough over northern QLD and the NT. A trough will generate thundery showers in northern WA and the Top End.
A trough in the east should trigger showers and thunderstorms across eastern QLD. Another trough over the NT and northern WA should generate thundery showers. A high in the south will keep southern WA dry and mostly sunny. A cold front will cross the southeast.