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Tuesday

A frontal system and troughs impacting eastern Australia are generating showers and rain, primarily over Vic, southeastern QLD, and northeastern NSW. Onshore winds are causing showers over WA's southwest. High pressure is keeping skies mostly clear elsewhere.

Issued Tuesday 19:29 AEST

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A frontal system and troughs impacting eastern Australia are generating showers and rain, primarily over Vic, southeastern QLD, and northeastern NSW. Onshore winds are causing showers over WA's southwest. High pressure is keeping skies mostly clear elsewhere.


Wednesday 22:00 EST

A low & front will generate gusty rain, storms & highland snow in NSW, VIC & TAS. Associated troughs will trigger showers & the odd storm in southeast QLD & southern SA. Onshore winds will bring showers to southern WA & northern QLD. A high will keep elsewhere dry.


Thursday 22:00 EST

A trough in the wake of a front will generate strong winds, showers & highland snow in NSW, VIC & TAS. Onshore winds around a high pressure system will bring showers to southern WA & SA, & parts of eastern QLD. The same high will keep the remainder of AUS mostly clear & dry.


Friday 22:00 EST

Brisk winds around a broad high pressure system will direct showers to southern SA, VIC, TAS, parts of NSW & northern QLD, falling as light snow on the alpine peaks. The high will keep the remainder of AUS generally clear & dry, bringing a cool night to many areas.


Saturday 22:00 EST

Cool, moist winds around a broad high pressure system should continue to direct showers to southeast SA, VIC & TAS.A trough and front may bring showers to western WA. A weak trough in northern QLD may trigger the odd shower. The high should keep elsewhere generally clear and dry.


Sunday 22:00 EST

A trough & cold front may generate gusty showers & storms in western & southern WA. Another front may lead to showers over southern VIC and TAS. Onshore winds around a high ay bring showers to eastern QLD. The high should help keep elsewhere mostly clear, dry & settled.


Monday 22:00 EST

A cold front and trough should bring gusty showers and storms to western and southern WA. A trough in the east should bring showers to parts of central and eastern QLD and NSW. High pressure should keep elsewhere dry.

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