Australian Chart Summary

Sunday - Latest

Troughs & a cold front are generating brisk winds, showers & highland snow in VIC, TAS, & southeast NSW & SA. Troughs extending from northern WA to southeast QLD demarcates a warm-cold boundary & is bringing the odd storm. Cool onshore winds bring showers to southern WA.

Monday 22:00 EST

A strong front will bring powerful winds, showers, and thunderstorms to TAS, southeast SA, VIC, NSW and southeast QLD. A trough should trigger a few thunderstorms over northern WA. Moist winds should direct a few showers over the northeast tropics.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A developing low will bring strong winds & large swell to eastern NSW. Brisk W/SW'ly winds will cause showers over southeast SA, VIC & TAS. Moist unstable winds with a trough should bring showers to the far northeast tropics. A broad high will keep elsewhere mostly settled & dry.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

Brisk W'ly winds will bring some showers to southeast SA, southwest VIC and TAS. Moist onshore winds feeding into a nearby trough should bring showers to northeast QLD. A broad high will bring generally settled weather elsewhere, as well as a chilly morning in the southeast.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A trough and cold front should bring gusty showers to southeast SA, southwest VIC and TAS. Moist onshore winds should drive showers into northeast QLD and southern WA. A high pressure ridge will maintain settled weather in the east, and bring hot gusty winds to the north.

Friday 22:00 EST

A trough and cold front should bring gusty showers and some highland snow to southeast SA, VIC and TAS. Moist unstable winds will cause showers over northeast QLD. Warmth will filter into the east ahead of a trough. Ridges of high pressure should keep elsewhere settled.

Saturday 22:00 EST

Brisk S/SW'ly winds in wake of a trough & front should drive showers into VIC, TAS and eastern NSW. A trough may bring showers and some storms to southwest WA. Moist unstable air with nearby troughs should lead to showers over the northeast tropics.

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