Australian Chart Summary

Monday - Latest

A low pressure system along with associated troughs and onshore winds across the east are bringing widespread showers and storms to southeast QLD, NSW, VIC and TAS. A broad low pressure trough is generating showers and storms across northern QLD, the NT and WA.

Tuesday 22:00 EDT

Warmth ahead of a low pressure trough will filter into the east. Troughs across the north, along with onshore winds over tropical QLD, will trigger showers and storms. A cold front and low pressure trough will drag cool air and the odd shower into southern WA and towards SA.

Wednesday 22:00 EDT

A low pressure system to the south will bring showers & cold gusty winds into parts of SA, VIC & TAS. Heat ahead of a trough will be dragged into the east. A trough across the north will bring showers & storms. Onshore winds will cause showers over QLD & northeast NSW.

Thursday 22:00 EDT

A front and trough will bring cool gusty winds, along with coastal showers to SA, VIC and TAS. A low pressure trough will draw heat into NSW and QLD, and may also bring showers and storms. Troughs and onshore winds trigger showers and storms over northern QLD and the NT.

Friday 22:00 EDT

A trough across QLD and NSW, along with moist onshore winds should bring showers and storms. A front to the south may bring cool gusty winds and showers to TAS. A broad low pressure trough across the north should trigger showers and storms over northeast WA, the NT and QLD.

Saturday 22:00 EDT

troughs and onshore winds may cause showers and storms over northeastern NSW and QLD. A broad low pressure trough across the north should trigger showers and storms. A cold front to the south may bring cool gusty winds and showers to parts of SA, VIC and TAS.

Sunday 22:00 EDT

Troughs across the east look to draw heat towards the coast while also bringing the risk of showers and storms over QLD and NSW. A trough over WA, the NT and QLD should triggering showers and storms. Cool, showery conditions look to continue across the south in SW'ly winds.

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Jumpers and raincoats needed for Melbourne & Adelaide

16:47 AEDT Temperatures well below average are forecast for Melbourne and Adelaide over the coming days, with some drizzly rain also adding to the chill factor.   Daytime temperatures are only expected to reach a top of 21 degrees on Monday in Melbourne, as a trough residing over the region keeps skies overcast and some possibly strong southerly winds persist throughout the day.

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