Australian Chart Summary

Tuesday - Latest

A low and trough over the Tasman Sea are generating large waves, showers and storms on the NSW coast. A trough in the west is weakening, causing patchy rain in WA to move to western SA. A front is bringing showery winds to southwest WA.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

Unstable onshore winds will trigger shower over the northern NSW coast and parts of southeastern QLD. Onshore winds and a cold front will bring some showers to WA's southwest. High pressure is bringing sunny and stable conditions elsewhere.

Thursday 22:00 EST

Unstable onshore winds look to cause showers along the QLD coast and over WA's southwest. A front and trough should approach SA and western TAS, bringing a few showers. High pressure should bring a sunny and settled day to most of NSW and VIC, QLD and the NT.

Friday 22:00 EST

Onshore winds with an inland trough could cause showers over eastern parts of QLD. A weak trough and should pass over southern WA, SA, VIC & TAS, bringing coastal showers. High pressure should keep elsewhere mostly dry and settled.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A trough and gusty cold front looks to approach SA, VIC and TAS, causing showers and a few storms. Onshore winds, supported by troughs, could produce showers along the QLD and southern WA coast. High pressure elsewhere should bring sunshine to the east and northwest.

Sunday 22:00 EST

Onshore winds, supported by troughs, may produce showers along the QLD coast and south coast of Australia. A trough may trigger showers and storms in NW QLD and eastern parts of the NT. High pressure should bring sunshine to central parts of the country.

Monday 22:00 EST

Cooling onshore winds will bring a few showers along the eastern seaboard. A broad high in the southeast shall being mostly clear and calm conditions, allowing for a cold and frosty morning inland. A cold front will approach the southwest, increasing the wind.

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