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Wednesday

A trough is causing thunderstorms in over northeastern WA, western NT, southern QLD and eastern NSW with showers in VIC and TAS. A front is bringing showers to SA. Onshore winds are bringing a few light showers to southwestern WA and QLD coasts.

Issued Wednesday 19:21 AEST

Wednesday - Latest

A trough is causing thunderstorms in over northeastern WA, western NT, southern QLD and eastern NSW with showers in VIC and TAS. A front is bringing showers to SA. Onshore winds are bringing a few light showers to southwestern WA and QLD coasts.


Thursday 22:00 EST

A trough will cause showers and thunderstorms in far northeast NSW and southeast QLD. An approaching front will generate showers in TAS and introduce light rain in WA's southwest. An area of low pressure will trigger storms in western Top End and northeast WA.


Friday 22:00 EST

A low and associated trough will generate storms over inland SA and eastern interior of WA, whilst drawing in warm air ahead over SA and VIC. A cold front will drive showers over southwest WA. Onshore winds will direct light showers along northern QLD coast and western TAS.


Saturday 22:00 EST

A complex low pressure system may deepen combined with a cold front, leading to showers and thunderstorms over SA, southeastern WA, VIC, and TAS. Warm winds should filter over NSW. A high in the Tasman Sea should direct coastal showers in QLD.


Sunday 22:00 EDT

A low pressure system near TAS with a trough may generate heavy rain in VIC, eastern SA, southern NSW, and TAS, whilst directing warm winds in eastern NSW. Onshore winds could deliver a few showers over eastern coastal parts of QLD and southern WA.


Monday 22:00 EDT

A trough may generate showers in NSW and parts of the interior. A front should direct showers into VIC, TAS, and southern SA with cool southwesterly winds. Onshore winds could continue to deliver coastal showers in eastern QLD and southern WA.


Tuesday 22:00 EDT

A trough may generate showers in NSW, southeast SA, VIC and TAS. A region of low pressure in the north may trigger some thundery showers for northern parts of WA and the NT. Onshore winds should bring showers to eastern QLD while a high keeps elsewhere settled.

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