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Friday

Troughs and a Tasman Low are generating showers, a few storms & large surf in eastern NSW, & showers in eastern VIC and TAS. Troughs over parts of WA, SA & southern NT are triggering showers & storms. Mostly dry and settled elsewhere under high pressure & dry winds.

Issued Friday 19:17 AEST

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Troughs and a Tasman Low are generating showers, a few storms & large surf in eastern NSW, & showers in eastern VIC and TAS. Troughs over parts of WA, SA & southern NT are triggering showers & storms. Mostly dry and settled elsewhere under high pressure & dry winds.


Saturday 22:00 EST

A trough will produce rain & the odd storm in SA, NSW and VIC. A weak front will trigger a few showers in TAS. Onshore winds will drive a few showers over coastal areas of southern WA. Moist easterlies will bring thundery showers to the far northeast tropics.


Sunday 22:00 EST

A trough and onshore winds should lead to showers over eastern NSW and QLD. A front should clip southern WA and approach southeastern AUS, causing patchy rain and gusty winds. Moist E'ly winds will produce shower in the northeast tropics. Settled elsewhere due to a high.


Monday 22:00 EST

A trough should cause showers and storms over eastern parts of QLD. A complex frontal system will generate showers, the odd storm and gusty winds over southeastern Australia. Cool onshore winds may direct light showers over southern SA and WA. A high will keep elsewhere settled.


Tuesday 22:00 EST

A trough, combined with onshore winds should generate showers and a few storms over eastern parts of Australia. A bread area of high pressure will circulate a dry airmass across the remainder of the country, with warm winds in the northwest.


Wednesday 22:00 EST

Cool onshore winds in the wake of a weak front should produce a few showers over southwestern WA. A trough, combined with onshore winds may direct a few showers over eastern QLD and northeastern NSW. High pressure will keep elsewhere dry and settled.


Thursday 22:00 EST

A cold front should cross southern SA, VIC and TAS, generating gusty winds and showers. A trough, combined with onshore winds may generate a few showers over eastern Australia. A high pressure ridge should circulate warm, dry air over northern and western Australia.

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