Australian Synoptic Chart

Synoptic Chart

Tuesday

A trough is causing a band of rain stretching from northern WA into the southern NT and western SA. Brisk southerly winds are bringing showers to southern WA. Onshore winds are triggering the odd shower along the NSW and QLD coasts. Mostly clear elsewhere under high pressure.

Issued Tuesday 09:19 EST
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  • Low Pressure Trough
  • Cold Front
  • Warm Front
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