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Thursday

A trough extending from the tropics to the southeast interior is triggering showers and a few storms, mainly in the Top End and southwest NSW. Onshore winds are pushing showers over the NSW and QLD coasts. High pressure and dry air is keeping much of the south and west clear.

Issued Thursday 16:24 AEST

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A trough extending from the tropics to the southeast interior is triggering showers and a few storms, mainly in the Top End and southwest NSW. Onshore winds are pushing showers over the NSW and QLD coasts. High pressure and dry air is keeping much of the south and west clear.


Friday 22:00 EST

A broad trough will cause showers, some intense, over NSW, VIC, & parts of QLD. A front will bring showers and gusty winds to parts of southeast SA, VIC and TAS. Troughs in the north will bring showers/storms to the tropics. A trough in the west will direct heat to the southwest.


Saturday 22:00 EST

A front will bring gusty showers to the southeast. A trough will direct heat over the southwest. A trough in the north will bring showers and thunderstorms to the tropics. A broad high will keep SA, WA and much of the NT, QLD and NSW dry.


Sunday 22:00 EST

Cool onshore winds in the southeast will bring showers to southern VIC and TAS. A trough in the north will bring a few showers to the tropics. High pressure will keep elsewhere largely clear and settled.


Monday 22:00 EST

Onshore winds should maintain showers across parts of northern NSW and QLD coasts. A trough in WA may bring showers and storms over the northern parts. Another trough in the northern tropics will generate showers over the Top End. Settled conditions elsewhere with a high.


Tuesday 22:00 EST

Onshore winds should maintain showers across parts of northern NSW and QLD coasts. A low and trough over WA should bring showers & storms to central and southern parts. Low pressure in the north should bring a few showers/storms to the tropics. Clear in the southeast under a high


Wednesday 22:00 EST

Onshore winds should maintain showers across parts of northern NSW and QLD coasts. A low and trough over WA should bring showers & storms to central and southern parts. Low pressure in the north should bring a few showers/storms to the tropics. Clear in the southeast under a high

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