Australian Chart Summary

Sunday - Latest

A trough off the west coast is producing showers and storms across the southwest. Another trough in the east is causing showers in NSW, mainly offshore. Moist onshore winds are triggering light showers in parts of SA and QLD coasts. A high pressure is keeping elsewhere dry.

Sunday 22:00 EST

A trough crossing WA should deliver early showers and storms, mainly coastal. Onshore winds and a upper level trough will generate a few showers over southern and eastern parts, mostly coastal. High pressure will keep elsewhere mostly dry and clear.

Monday 22:00 EST

A high will bring a chilly morning to SA, TAS, VIC, NSW and southern QLD and a dry day to much of Australia. Onshore winds should lead to a few showers in western TAS and on the NSW and QLD coasts. A trough in WA may cause the odd shower in the state's south.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

Onshore winds will bring some light showers to TAS. Onshore winds should combine with a trough to direct showers to parts of eastern QLD, NSW and the Top End. A ridge of high pressure should keep elsewhere mostly dry and clear.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A coastal trough and onshore winds may deliver heavy showers and storms to NE NSW and SE QLD. A cold front should bring showers and highland snow to TAS. An approaching low and trough may deliver some showers over the WA coast.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A cold front may cross WA, generating showers and gusty storms. A pair of troughs with onshore winds may deliver showers over QLD and NE NSW. Onshore winds should bring showers to VIC and TAS. A high pressure ridge elsewhere should keep conditions dry.

Friday 22:00 EST

A cold front crossing WA may generate gusty showers and some storms. Onshore winds and a pair of troughs should bring showers to the eastern seaboard. A ridge of high pressure should keep much of SA and the NT clear and dry.

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