Australian Chart Summary

Saturday - Latest

The monsoon trough is bringing heavy rain and storms to northern WA, the Top End and FNQ. A trough extending through western QLD & NSW, eastern VIC and northern SA is triggering showers and storms. Moist easterly winds are bringing showers along the east coast.

Saturday 22:00 EDT

The monsoon trough will generate heavy rain & storms across the tropics. A moisture-laden trough in the centre & east will trigger showers & storms in central Australia, NSW & eastern VIC, some intense. A trough in WA will cause showers & storms over inland & heat in the west.

Sunday 22:00 EDT

The monsoon trough will generate further heavy rain & storms in the tropics & gusty winds in the northwest near a low. A trough will stall in the centre & southeast, causing showers & storms in central Australia, NSW & easten VIC. A trough in WA will maintain heat & storms inland

Monday 22:00 EDT

The monsoon trough will generate heavy rain & storms in the tropics & strong winds in the northwest near a deepening low. Troughs will keep the interior hot & thundery & trigger showers & storms about the NSW & QLD ranges. A front will send a cool, gusty change across WA's south.

Tuesday 22:00 EDT

A deep low will generate heavy rain & storms & strong winds in WA's north. The monsoon trough should weaken in the NT & QLD tropics, causing rain & storms to ease. Other troughs will keep the interior hot & thundery. A front will send a cooler gusty change across the south.

Wednesday 22:00 EDT

A deep low will generate intense, rain, storms & winds in WA's north. Troughs should keep the north & interior hot & thundery & trigger showers & storms in QLD, NSW & eastern VIC. A front & firm high will keep the south cool & breezy & the southeast showery.

Thursday 22:00 EDT

A deep low should generate intense, rain, storms & winds in WA's north. Troughs should keep the north hot & thundery & trigger scattered showers & storms in the NT, QLD, NSW & eastern VIC. A front & firm high will keep the south cool & breezy & the southeast showery.

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