Australian Chart Summary

Wednesday - Latest

A deep low & trough are generating gusty winds, showers & highland snow in parts of NSW & VIC. A cold front is triggering gusty rain in TAS. A high pressure ridge is directing brisk showers to southern WA & SA, & causing dry, gusty winds in the north & west.

Thursday 22:00 EST

A low over the southern Tasman will move further away causing winds in eastern Australia to ease. Cool onshore winds will trigger a few showers over TAS, SA, VIC, and eastern NSW. A high will keep elsewhere dry and settled.

Friday 22:00 EST

Cool onshore winds will trigger a few showers over TAS, southern VIC, and southern SA. A broad high will maintain dry and settled conditions elsewhere leading to a cold night in many areas.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A trough fed with tropical moisture will bring showers and storms to WA's west. A low with a trough and front will generate showers and highland snow over TAS, and parts of VIC, and southern NSW. A high will lead to dry and settled conditions elsewhere.

Sunday 22:00 EST

A southerly change in the wake of a front should run up the NSW and southern QLD coasts leading to a few showers. Onshore winds around a high look to bring a few showers to the QLD's east coast. A trough could generate a few showers over WA's west.

Monday 22:00 EST

Multiple lows & fronts may affect the WA's southwest leading to showers & powerful winds, potentially damaging. A trough looks to develop along the NSW coast causing a few showers, spreading over parts of VIC & TAS. Onshore winds would continue to trigger coastal showers in QLD.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

Multiple troughs would generate showers, thunderstorms, and strong winds over WA's west and south, southern SA, VIC, and heavy rain in TAS. Moist winds look to trigger a few showers along the QLD's east coast. A dry airmass would keep elsewhere settled.

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