Australian Chart Summary

Friday - Latest

A low & troughs are generating patchy rain & storms in southern QLD & NSW. A front is causing gusty winds & showers in southern WA. The front is causing wind to strengthen & showers & a few storms to develop in SA, VIC & TAS. Highs are keeping elsewhere generally dry.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A trough & vigorous cold front will generate powerful winds, showers, small hail & few storms in SA, TAS, VIC & NSW. Showers will falls as snow non the Alps. A high will cause brisk winds & showers to ease in southern WA. The high will keep the country's interior & north dry.

Sunday 22:00 EST

Another front will bring strong, cold winds, showers & small hail to SA, TAS, VIC & NSW. Showers will fall as snow on the TAS, VIC & NSW highlands. A high will cause wind & showers to ease later while keeping the interior & north dry. Westerly winds & showers for southwest WA.

Monday 22:00 EST

A trough & approaching front will cause wind to strengthen in WA's west & south & later bring showers to the west coast. A high will cause most showers to clear in SA, VIC, NSW & southern QLD, leading to a chilly morning. Northwest winds & a trough in TAS will maintain showers.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A vigorous front will bring strong winds & showers southern parts of WA and SA, whilst causing winds to strengthen across TAS, VIC & western NSW where they will later bring a few showers. A high will keep much of NSW, QLD, the NT & northern WA dry.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

The vigorous front will bring strong winds, showers & small hail to SA, TAS, VIC & NSW, with showers falling as snow on the Alps. A high will keep the interior & north dry. An approaching front will cause winds to strengthen & showers to develop in WA's southwest.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A front and trough should generate rain, storms and gusty winds over parts of WA. Cooling winds may direct a few showers over TAS. High pressure is expected to keep the remainder of the country dry and settled, with a cold morning in the east under clear skies and weak winds.

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