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Australian Chart Summary

Saturday - Latest

A low and associated cold front in the southeast is bringing gusty showers to SA, VIC and some storms to southern NSW. Moist onshore winds are producing showers in southern WA and TAS. A region of low pressure in the north is causing a few showers in northern WA.

Sunday 22:00 EST

A low in the Tasman Sea will intensitfy and direct moist southerlies to NSW, triggering showers and the odd storm. A strong high pressure system in the Bight will generate a moist onshore flow to southern WA, SA, VIC and TAS, generating showers.

Monday 22:00 EST

A large high pressure system in the south will cause brisk showery onshore winds to TAS, VIC and SA, while bringing clear skies inland leading to a cool night. The high pressure ridge extending from the high will stabilise conditions across the nation.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A ridge extending over the east coast from a high pressure system in the Bight will direct a moist onshore flow, triggering some light coastal showers in VIC, eastern NSW and southeast QLD. The remainder of the nation remains dry under the influence of this system.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A large slow-moving high pressure system should produce showers in the eastern parts of the country, while inland and western areas remain mostly dry. A cold front is approaching southwestern parts of WA, causing showers to develop with a cool onshore flow.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A deepening coastal trough in the east with a possible embedded low is looking to cause some gusty showers in eastern NSW and QLD. Another trough in the west will produce some showers in WA. The tropical north looks to experience thundery showers with a region of low pressure.

Friday 22:00 EST

A deepening coastal trough in the east looks to direct some gusty winds, producing showers across eastern NSW and VIC. Another weaker trough in the west should trigger showers, mainly in the southwest. A ridge of high pressure is keeping the remainder of the nation mostly dry.

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