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Sunday

Tropical Cyclone Kimi is generating strengthening winds & heavy rain in northeast QLD. A monsoon trough & low is bringing showers & storms to the northern tropics. Troughs are bringing showers & storms to WA & QLD. A trough crossing TAS is causing powerful winds & showers.

Issued Sunday 16:03 AEDT

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Tropical Cyclone Kimi is generating strengthening winds & heavy rain in northeast QLD. A monsoon trough & low is bringing showers & storms to the northern tropics. Troughs are bringing showers & storms to WA & QLD. A trough crossing TAS is causing powerful winds & showers.


Monday 22:00 EDT

Ex-Tropical Cyclone Kimi will bring powerful winds & rain to NE QLD. A monsoon trough & low will trigger showers & storms in the northern tropics. Troughs will cause showers & storms in WA & QLD. A cold front will bring strong winds & showers to southern VIC & TAS.


Tuesday 22:00 EDT

The monsoon trough and moist, unstable air will generate showers & storms across the tropics. Onshore winds and an inland trough high will help trigger showers and some storms over eastern QLD and NSW, while a high maintains settle conditions across the south.


Wednesday 22:00 EDT

The monsoon trough and moist, unstable air will generate showers & storms across the tropics. Onshore winds may cause showers over southwest WA, northeast NSW and eastern QLD. Building high pressure over the southeast should ease winds and cloud cover.


Thursday 22:00 EDT

The monsoon trough and moist, unstable air will generate rain & storms across the tropics. Other troughs should help trigger showers and some storms over parts of southwest WA, TAS, east VIC, east NSW and central/eastern QLD, while maintaining heat ahead of them.


Friday 22:00 EDT

The monsoon trough and moist, unstable air will generate showers & storms across the tropics. Other troughs may help trigger showers and some storms over parts of WA, northeast NSW and eastern QLD. A weak front may bring showers to southern TAS.


Saturday 22:00 EDT

A low and troughs in the west should generate heavy rain, showers and storms. The monsoon trough in the north will produce rain and storms. Another trough in the southeast will draw a hot airmass across the region. High pressure should keep TAS settled.

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