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Australian Chart Summary

Sunday - Latest

Troughs are causing patchy light rain over northern WA, central and South Australia. A front is bringing a burst of showers winds to TAS mainly the west. Wind is turning more onshore on the QLD coast causing light showers to develop. A high is keeping VIC and NSW generally dry.

Monday 22:00 EDT

A trough in the west will deepen, triggering showers and storms in western WA, mainly northwest, while warming up the southwest. A high will keep SA and VIC generally dry while clearing TAS. A trough in the east will gain moisture to generate showers and storms in NSW and QLD.

Tuesday 22:00 EDT

A trough over WA will deepen, causing showers and thunderstorms to become widespread, heavy in the west. A high will keep SA, TAS and VIC dry with warmer northeasterly winds. A trough in the east will trigger showers and thunderstorms in northeast NSW and QLD, heavy on the coast.

Wednesday 22:00 EDT

A trough and weak front will generate showers and storms in WA and draw the odd thundery shower and a weak cool change across SA and TAS. Wind will be warm northerly ahead of the trough. Another trough will cause showers and storms in northeast NSW and QLD, mainly on the coast.

Thursday 22:00 EDT

A trough in the west is looking to cause thundery showers, mainly in western WA. A trough and front in the south east is expected to generate areas of rain and the odd embedded thunderstorm. A high pressure ridge directing onshore winds to QLD's east should cause some showers.

Friday 22:00 EDT

A trough in the west is looking to cause showers and storms across WA. Moist onshore winds feeding into another broad trough in the east should cause showers and storms across NSW. A broad region of low pressure in the tropical north continues to produce thundery showers.

Saturday 22:00 EDT

A trough in the east will generate a humid day with showers and storms in QLD, NSW, VIC, TAS and eastern SA. Some heavy in NSW and VIC. A trough in WA should cause showers and storms in the west. mainly inland. Easterly winds will heat up central Australia.

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