Australian Chart Summary

Tuesday - Latest

Fronts are bringing showers & gusty winds to southeastern WA and western TAS. A trough in the north is causing patchy rain in the NT. Gusty southerly winds in eastern VIC & coastal NSW are bringing a few showers. A high is keeping inland NSW, VIC & SA settled.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A trough will generate heavy showers over northern NT. Cold fronts should bring showers to southern SA and western TAS. Onshore winds will trigger showers over south coast WA and east coast QLD. Mostly dry and clear elsewhere under high pressure.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A trough & front will continue bringing showers to southern SA & western TAS & VIC. A trough over QLD should generate scattered showers over eastern NT & western QLD. Onshore will trigger some light showers over south coast WA & east coast QLD. Mostly dry elsewhere under a high.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A deepening trough over northern NT and western QLD should trigger widespread showers. Onshore winds could bring some light showers into south coast WA & SA, VIC and eastern NSW. Mostly dry elsewhere under a high.

Friday 22:00 EST

A broad trough over eastern QLD could generate rain and scattered showers over northern NT, central & eastern QLD and eastern NSW. Onshore winds may bring some light showers into western TAS and south coast WA. Mostly dry elsewhere under high pressure.

Saturday 22:00 EST

Lingering troughs over eastern Australia with moist onshore winds could generate rain and widespread showers over eastern QLD & NSW. Onshore winds may bring some light showers into south coast WA, SA and TAS. Mostly dry elsewhere under a high.

Sunday 22:00 EST

Coastal troughs and a low pressure system could generate widespread rain over eastern QLD & NSW. Onshore winds may bring some isolated showers into south coast WA and SA. Mostly dry elsewhere under a broad high.

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