Australian Chart Summary

Friday - Latest

A complex low and associated troughs are generating thunderstorms over eastern SA, parts of QLD, and western NSW, and rain across other parts of NSW, SA, and northern VIC. Clearer skies in TAS, WA, and the NT with high pressure.

Friday 22:00 EST

A low and trough will scatter rain and storms across QLD, NSW and VIC and snow on the alps. The low will also generate strong winds in western NSW, VIC and SA, wintry showers in SA and possibly snow in the Flinders. A high will cause brisk winds & showers to ease in southern WA.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A low will weaken, causing wind and rain to ease across inland SA, VIC and NSW. The low will bring snow to the alps and maintain brisk winds and showers along the southern coastline. A trough will take heavy rain & storms off the east coast. A front will bring strong winds to WA.

Sunday 22:00 EST

A trough, front & low will bring strong winds, rain & storms to WA, most intense in the west. An intensifying low off the NSW coast will cause wind to strengthen & rain & alpine snow in southeast NSW & eastern VIC. A trough will cause showers in southern QLD, NSW, VIC and SA.

Monday 22:00 EST

A trough, front and low will send strong winds, showers, storms across much of WA, most intense in the west & south. A low over the Tasman should move northeast, sending strong winds, large waves & showers north along the NSW coast. A high will clear the rest of southeast states.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A weakening trough & front will bring mostly light rain & a few storms to central Australia, SA & later far western NSW, VIC & TAS. A low in the east will move away, causing wind & waves to ease & most showers to clear in coastal NSW. A high will cause showery winds to ease in WA

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A trough, front & low will generate strong winds & showers across SA, TAS, VIC and NSW, most intense in TAS. Showers are likely to fall as snow on the alps. A weak trough in the west should cause a few showers in western WA. Highs will keep elsewhere generally dry.

Display Your Local Weather

Weather News

Snow 'another blow' as northern Tasmanian businesses face damage bills

18:59 EST

The biggest snow dump in northern Tasmania since the early 1970s has left one business with a $120,000 bill, while others are still counting the cost of the damage.