Australian Chart Summary

Thursday - Latest

A trough and strong cold front are bringing a burst of powerful winds, large waves & showers to southwest WA. A trough in the southeast is bringing showers and a few storms to parts of TAS and southern VIC. Highs are keeping elsewhere generally dry with gentle winds.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A trough and front will cross southern WA, bringing gusty winds, showers and storms. High pressure in the east will help drive unstable westerly winds leading to showers over southern VIC and TAS, while keeping elsewhere dry and mostly settled.

Friday 22:00 EST

A cold front and trough will cross parts of the south, bringing gusty winds and showers to southern parts of WA, SA, VIC, NSW and TAS. Warm northerly winds will filter into eastern parts with a broad high keeping skies mostly clear and the weather settled.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A cold front will make its way across the southeast, bringing gusty winds, showers, storms and small hail to southern SA, southern NSW, VIC and TAS. Another front will move over southern WA, causing showers and storms. Mostly dry elsewhere under a high.

Sunday 22:00 EST

A trough and cold front will bring gusty winds, showers and some storms over southern WA. Unstable westerly winds should bring showers to southeast SA, southern VIC and TAS. High pressure will help keep elsewhere mostly settled and dry.

Monday 22:00 EST

A low pressure system with troughs should bring rain, gusty winds and storms southern WA, SA, western VIC, TAS and NSW. High pressure systems should help keep conditions mostly settled elsewhere in WA, the NT and QLD.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A pair of troughs should bring a few showers to the southeast and southern QLD. A front may cross southern WA, bringing gusty showers. A broad high pressure system should keep elsewhere dry and settled.

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