Australian Chart Summary

Tuesday - Latest

Humid & unstable winds are triggering showers & storms across the northern tropics, WA's interior & western SA. Gusty, moist E'ly winds are driving showers over northeastern NSW & southeast Qld. A trough across central Qld brings few dry storms. High pressure keeps elsewhere dry.

Wednesday 11:00 EDT

Showers & storms should scatter across broad areas of WA's east, the tropics & SA's west in moist, unstable winds. Showers & storms look heaviest in the western deserts. Showers in eastern QLD & NSW in moist winds. A cool S'ly change should move along the NSW coast.

Thursday 11:00 EDT

Showers & storms should scatter across the northern tropics & the western & central deserts in moist unstable winds. Isolated showers & storms are likely in QLD's east & in NSW in moist air. A high should clear TAS, VI & much of SA. Winds should heat up WA's west & the interior.

Friday 11:00 EDT

Onshore winds should drive further showers onto the QLD coast and NSW's east. Showers & storms should scatter across the northern tropics & WA's north & west in moist unstable winds. Hot winds should heat up SA, Tas, Vic & the interior.

Saturday 11:00 EDT

Gusty onshore winds should drive showers onto the QLD coast. Showers & storms should scatter across the northern tropics & the western deserts in moist, unstable winds. Cooler gusty winds & showers in southern WA & western Tas. Hotter winds for SA, northeast TAS & VIC.

Sunday 11:00 EDT

Gusty onshore winds should continue to bring showers to the northern tropics, the QLD coast, WA's west & northeast NSW in moist, unstable winds. Moist winds should drive showers in Tas. Heat should persist inland.

Monday 11:00 EDT

Gusty onshore winds should continue to bring showers to the QLD coast & northeast NSW. Humid & unstable winds will maintain showers & storms across northern AUS & over western WA. Gusty winds across the south, becoming moist & bringing showers to Tas. Heat should persist inland.

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Waterspouts and 250 mm of rain in southeast Queensland

14:25 AEDT Heavy rain and thunderstorms soaked parts of southeast Qld on Monday into Tuesday morning, with the unstable weather even causing a waterspout in Moreton Bay.

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