Australian Prognostic Chart - Sunday

Prognostic Chart

Sunday 22:00 EST

A deepening trough and low should bring showers and storms to WA's south. A trough may also deepen in the east, driving showers over southeast QLD and northeast NSW. Onshore winds should bring some showers to western TAS. Dry elsewhere under a high pressure ridge.

Issued Thursday 12:42 EST
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