Australian Chart Summary

Tuesday - Latest

A deepening trough offshore is bringing showers and storms to NSW and QLD. A series of troughs with embedded lows are generating showers and storms over WA, the NT and tropical QLD. Troughs are also directing heat to WA, SA and VIC.

Wednesday 22:00 EDT

Onshore winds will direct showers and storms across the eastern seaboard and adjacent inland areas. A pair of low pressure troughs over western and central parts will trigger scattered showers and storms. A high pressure ridge will keep TAS mostly dry.

Thursday 22:00 EDT

Onshore winds combining with a trough will deliver showers and thunderstorms to the eastern seaboard and TAS. A monsoon trough will generate thunderstorms over the tropics. A trough and high pressure ridge will direct a very hot airmass over WA and SA.

Friday 22:00 EDT

A monsoon trough over the tropics will generate showers and storms. A trough near the east coast with onshore winds will produce rain and thunderstorms - locally heavy. A trough and low over WA will generate showers and storms whilst drawing a hot airmass over inland parts.

Saturday 22:00 EDT

A monsoon trough will generate showers and storms over the tropics. Brisk onshore winds combining with a trough will deliver heavy rain and storms to QLD, NSW and VIC, with lighter rain for TAS. A low pressure trough will direct a hot airmass over WA.

Sunday 22:00 EDT

An increasingly active monsoon trough and embedded low shall generate heavy rain over the tropics. Moist onshore winds will direct showers and a few storms along the eastern seaboard, heaviest over NSW. A ridge of high pressure will keep much of SA and WA dry.

Monday 22:00 EDT

An increasingly active monsoon trough will generate showers and storms in the tropics, particularly heavy over the Top End. A trough will direct hot conditions over the southwest, whilst triggering isolated storms. Brisk onshore winds will deliver showers to eastern NSW & VIC.

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