Troughs are triggering showers and storms in parts of the Top End, QLD, NSW, the ACT, VIC and TAS, exacerbating flooding. Troughs are also maintaining heat in the northern interior and drawing warm winds to SA, TAS, VIC, western NSW and western QLD.
Lingering troughs will lead to further rainfall and storms over parts of the Top End, northern/eastern QLD, NSW, VIC and TAS, while maintaining heat over the northern interior. A front brushing the southwest corner will bring cooler winds.
Lingering troughs will bring showers and some storms to the northern tropics, eastern NSW/VIC and TAS, while leading to a cool wind change in the southeast. Another trough will maintain heat over central WA and the northern interior. Settled elsewhere with high pressure.
Lingering troughs will lead to showers and storms over parts of the northern tropics, QLD, eastern NSW, VIC and TAS. Another trough will maintain heat over parts of WA and the northern interior. Settled elsewhere with high pressure ridges.
A lingering trough over the east will maintain showers and storms over parts of QLD, eastern NSW and VIC. Troughs should gain moisture and lead to thundery showers over parts of eastern WA, the NT and western SA. Settled elsewhere with high pressure ridges.
A low and troughs should maintain showers and thunderstorms over the mainland, WA's interior, the tropics and eastern Australia, while drawing heat into SA. Intense storm activity should affect QLD, NSW and VIC. Brisk southerly winds should cause light showers over southern WA.
08:00 AEDT Monthly rainfall records have tumbled across Queensland with some places recording the wettest November they've seen in more than 100 years.