Australian Chart Summary

Sunday - Latest

A series of cold fronts & troughs are generating brisk winds, showers & highland snow in VIC, TAS, southeast NSW & SA. A trough 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

Sunday 22:00 EST

A strong front will cause gusty showers, small hail and alpine snow over southern SA, VIC and TAS. Troughs will bring showers, thunderstorms, and gusty winds, over the interior and parts of the northwest. Moist winds should direct showers over northeast QLD and southern WA.

Monday 22:00 EST

A strong front should bring powerful winds, showers, and thunderstorms to TAS, SA, NSW and VIC. A trough should trigger a few thunderstorms over northwest WA. Moist winds look to direct a few showers over northeastern QLD.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A low may form in the Tasman Sea and generate showers and strong winds along the eastern seaboard. brisk W/SW'ly winds over VIC and TAS should bring some showers. Dry over the rest of the continent under a broad high.

Wednesday 22:00 EST

A low in the Tasman Sea should move away with showers and winds easing along the NSW and southern QLD coasts. Brisk W'ly winds over TAS and southern VIC may cause showers. Dry and clear elsewhere under a broad high.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A cold front in the southeast may bring some showers to TAS, VIC, and southeast SA. Onshore winds could bring a few light showers to parts of southern WA and far northern QLD. Weak high pressure and a dry airmass should bring dry conditions to the rest of the country

Friday 22:00 EST

A cold front crossing TAS and VIC should cause showers and gusty winds to develop. Onshore winds may deliver the odd shower to far northern QLD. High pressure and a dry airmass elsewhere should bring a dry and sunny day.

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