Australian Chart Summary

Saturday - Latest

A front and troughs in WA and western SA are cuasing storms, areas of heavy rain and gusty winds while bring hot gusty winds to SA. A clearing high in the southeast is bringing dry and settled conditions. Onshore winds on the northern NSW and QLD coasts are causing showers.

Saturday 22:00 EST

Warm northerly winds will increase over VIC and western NSW ahead of a trough. Persistent southeasterly winds will continue to generate showers along the QLD coast, some heavy.Brisk cool winds behind a cold front will produce showers to southern WA and parts of SA.

Sunday 22:00 EST

A trough will deepen in the southeast, generating showers and storms, some heavy. A front will cross TAS, bringing rain and possible highland snow. Showery southeasterly winds should remain across the QLD coast. High pressure should build in the west, bringing a sunny day to WA.

Monday 22:00 EST

A trough may deepen in the east, causing increased cloud, showers and storms for QLD and NSW. A cold front could clip WA's southwest corner, producing a few showers. A high in the south should bring a sunny and settled day to most of VIC, SA and southern NT and WA.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A trough looks to deepen over QLD and may produce areas of heavy rain and storms. Moist onshore winds are expected to continue along the QLD coast, causing showers. A belt of high pressure in the south should bring a mostly sunny day to WA, SA and VIC and a majority of TAS.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A region of low pressure in the east may cause a few showers and thunderstorms over QLD and NSW. A cold front could cross TAS, generating a few showers and possible highland snow. High pressure in the south and west is leading to a sunny and settled day for SA and WA.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A trough and front will clip the southeast, generating patchy rain, showers and gusty winds to TAS and southern VIC. A high over the Bight will bring dry and settled conditions over the interior and west of Australia. A trough in the east will cause a few showers and storms.

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