Australian Chart Summary

Sunday - Latest

A trough is bringing a few showers and thunderstorms to northeast NSW and southeast QLD. An approaching cold front is introducing showers over western TAS and cause wind to increase. High pressure is keeping elsewhere mostly dry and settled.

Monday 22:00 EST

A trough and front cross the southeast will bring showers across parts of eastern NSW, VIC, TAS and far southeast SA. A trough and moist onshore winds will trigger showers and the odd storm over north and central east QLD. Onshore winds will bring showers to southern WA

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A trough with onshore winds will lead to showers and some storms across eastern parts of QLD, NSW and VIC, heaviest about northern QLD. A broad high ridging over the interior should direct hot winds across the north, while keeping much of the west and interior settled.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

Troughs in the east may bring showers and storms to eastern QLD and NSW, heaviest over southeast QLD. A trough in the west may bring the odd shower. Onshore winds in the southwest may bring the odd showers to coastal WA. Clear elsewhere with a high.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A trough combined with onshore winds should direct showers and some storms over QLD. A trough and cold front crossing southern SA, western VIC and TAS may bring gusty winds and showers. Ridges of high pressure over WA, the interior and NSW should keep the weather settled.

Friday 22:00 EST

A trough over western parts of QLD and NSW may bring showers and storms. Onshore winds directed around broad highs may trigger showers about eastern QLD, NSW, southern VIC, TAS and southern SA. A high pressure ridge should help keep elsewhere dry.

Saturday 22:00 EST

Onshore winds behind a front may bring showers to southern VIC and TAS. Onshore winds elsewhere around a high should be showers to coastal QLD, NSW, southern SA and parts of southwest WA. High pressure should lead to settled conditions elsewhere.

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Cold front to impact the southeast on Monday

12:36 EST

A cold front will cross lower parts of the southeast of Australia on Monday, bringing strong winds, cooler temperatures, showers and the odd storm.

Early hour storms in NSW

12:05 EST

Whilst vast areas of NSW had a quiet night last night, the North West Slopes and Plains had a livelier affair, with a low pressure trough bringing storms and heavy showers.

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