A trough in the west is generating showers and storms over north western WA. Another trough in the north is triggering showers and storms across the tropics. A broad low pressure trough ahead of a front is bringing rain and the odd storm across southern NSW VIC and TAS.
A trough over the east will bring showers and some storms to QLD, NSW and VIC. A cold front will move over SA, VIC and reach TAS later in the day, causing brisk showers. A trough in the north with a deepening low may cause heavy showers and gusty winds for parts of the NT.
A deepening low and trough over the NT look to cause heavy rain and thunderstorms. A trough in the west may also cause storms. Cold winds and showers will spread over TAS and parts of VIC in the wake of a front. A high looks to bring sunny and stable conditions inland.
A high may lead to a cold morning for the southern and southeastern inland followed by mostly sunny day. Cold onshore winds may bring more showers to the VIC, SA, and TAS coasts. A low may weaken over the tropics as it moves overland. A trough in the west may cause storms.
A large high pressure system looks to bring sunny skies for large parts of the country, leading to cool overnight conditions inland. Onshore winds may continue to bring showers to parts of SA, VIC and TAS. A trough in the north could produce showers and storms, some heavy.
A large high in the south will bring sunny and settled conditions for most of the country. A trough in the far north may cause showers and storms across tropical parts of WA, the NT and QLD. Onshore winds could trigger showers to TAS, VIC and SA.
14:40 AEST What will the weather be like for ANZAC Day Dawn Services around the country? Sydney will be dry with temperatures ranging from around 18 degrees in the east to 14 in the west.