Australian Chart Summary

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A low and cold front crossing southern SA, western NSW and VIC is generating showers and storms. A trough over southern QLD, eastern NSW and TAS is triggering showers. Onshore winds are bring showers to eastern QLD and northeastern NT. Settled elsewhere under high pressure.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A complex low with troughs will produce showers and storms over southern QLD, NSW, VIC, and SA. Onshore winds will drive showers over southern WA and Far North QLD. Mostly clear elsewhere under high pressure and a dry airmass.

Sunday 22:00 EST

A low and associated troughs and front will trigger showers and storms across VIC, NSW, and southern QLD. Onshore winds will direct light showers over southern SA and TAS. A high and dry airmass will keep the remainder of the country dry and settled.

Monday 22:00 EST

A low fed by an upper trough should continue to produce showers on the eastern seaboard, heaviest with storms over central NSW coast. Onshore winds ahead of a front may bring showers to the southwest. A high should keep elsewhere settled.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A deep low lingering off the east coast should continue to generate gusty winds and showers over eastern NSW and southeast QLD. A front and trough in the west should trigger showers and storms over southwestern and western WA. A high should keep the interior clear.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A low off the NSW coast could continue to generate gusty winds for the NSW coast as well as push showers on the NSW and SE QLD coasts. Troughs and a front may trigger showers and storms across western parts of WA. Settled conditions elsewhere under high pressure.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A pre-frontal trough should bring showers and a few storms to southwestern WA. A low in the east should move further away from the coast, with onshore winds continuing to bring coastal showers to NSW and southeast QLD. A high should keep elsewhere clear.

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