Australian Chart Summary

Saturday - Latest

A cold front crossing TAS is causing showers to develop. A trough over eastern parts of the country is bringing a cloudy day with no rain. A trough over western WA is drawing in a warm airmass. Onshore winds along the QLD coast are bringing the odd shower to the northeast.

Sunday 22:00 EST

Fresh and showery southerly winds will move over TAS & NSW in the late afternoon and evening. A low pressure trough over central QLD will cause increased cloud, but no rain. Hot and dry conditions are likely over the northwest. A high in the south is bringing a settled day to SA

Monday 22:00 EST

A low pressure trough in the east will produce showers and thunderstorms, mainly about the southern QLD ranges, as well as over parts of northeast NSW. Onshore winds will bring showers along the eastern seaboard. A trough over WA will cause showers, mainly in the south.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A trough should generate showers and storms about eastern parts of QLD and NSW, heavy about the ranges. A high could bring a cold morning and dry day to much of western NSW, VIC,and SA. A trough in the west may trigger a few showers and thunderstorms over southern WA.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A slow moving low pressure trough should move into SA and western VIC, triggering a few showers and storms. A weak region of high pressure about the east may bring a drier day for most of NSW. Onshore winds along the southern WA coast could bring showers.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A broad region of low pressure looks to shift further east, and may generate a few showers and storms over southeast QLD, NSW and VIC. A low pressure system near TAS will bring rain, heaviest in the west. Brisk onshore winds over SA should trigger showers.

Friday 22:00 EST

A broad region of low pressure will linger and should continue to generate a few showers and storms over southeast QLD, NSW and VIC. A low pressure system near TAS will bring rain, heaviest in the west. Brisk onshore winds over SA should trigger showers.

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Cold Sunday on the way for Tasmania

13:56 AEST A cold front will cross Tasmania on Saturday, leaving a brisk southwesterly airflow and snow down to low levels in some parts on Sunday.

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