A low over southern WA is causing showers and storms. A broad trough is generating heavy rain and storms from northern WA through to SA. A trough crossing VIC, TAS and southern NSW is bringing showers and Alpine snow. A large high is keeping much of eastern Australia dry.
A low and broad trough will generate areas of heavy rain from the WA Kimberley to central and southern Australia. A high pressure system will keep the east mainly dry. A weak trough will produce a few showers in VIC and TAS.
A low pressure system and associated trough will bring areas of heavy rain from the WA Kimberley, through central Australia into SA. A trough will generate light showers over TAS and eastern VIC. A region of low pressure will cause thundery showers about the Top End.
A low and broad trough will continue moving east, bringing rain to much of QLD and NSW. An east coast low is likely to begin developing, producing gusty winds and heavy showers for the south coast of NSW. Moist southerlies will bring a few showers to SA, VIC and TAS.
An east coast low will bring heavy showers and strong winds to the NSW coast, with light rain further inland. A low pressure trough should linger over northern QLD bringing rain and storms. A high pressure system will clear skies in the west and south.
An east coast low and trough should continue to produce heavy showers and gusty winds in NSW. A high will move across the south leading to a cool morning in SA, southern NT and WA. A weak trough should generate a few showers over the Top End and QLD Peninsula.