Australian Chart Summary

Wednesday - Latest

Troughs and a tropical low are triggering rain & storms in the northeast tropics, heaviest on tropical QLD's east coast. Cool onshore winds and an approaching cold front are introducing patchy rain to TAS and southern VIC, SA and WA. A high is keeping elsewhere generally dry.

Thursday 22:00 EST

Troughs will generate heavy rain & storms in tropical QLD, leading to flooding in the north, & showers & storms in the Top End. A front will bring a burst of brisk winds and showers to TAS, southern SA, VIC & the southern NSW ranges. Showers will fall as light snow on the Alps.

Friday 22:00 EST

Troughs will weaken, causing the heaviest showers & storms to become confined to the NE tropics. Brisk winds will ease in the wake of a front, causing showers in SA, TAS & VIC to become confined to western-facing areas. A high will keep elsewhere dry, leading to a chilly morning.

Saturday 22:00 EST

Troughs will trigger further showers & storms in the northeast tropics. A weak front will bring another burst of showery winds to TAS, VIC's south & SA's southeast. A high will keep elsewhere generally dry, leading to a chilly morning in the south. Warming winds for WA's west.

Sunday 22:00 EST

Troughs will trigger further showers & storms in the northern tropics. Brisk winds will ease in the southeast, causing most showers to clear in SA, TAS & VIC. A high will keep elsewhere generally dry, leading to a chilly morning in the south. Warming winds for WA's west.

Monday 22:00 EST

A high will bring a chilly morning & mostly sunny & cool day to SA, TAS, VIC, NSW & southern QLD. Onshore winds on the northern NSW & QLD coasts will bring showers. Troughs will cause heavy showers & storms in the northern tropics. Dry easterly winds will continue to heat WA.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A high will bring a chilly morning & mostly sunny & cool day to SA, TAS, VIC & NSW. Onshore winds on the northern NSW & QLD coasts will bring showers. Troughs will cause heavy showers & storms in the northern tropics. A trough in WA will cool the west coast as it heads inland.

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