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Thursday 22:00 EST

A broad high over the eastern half of the country looks to bring onshore winds and showers over parts of TAS, NSW and QLD. This high will also keep elsewhere mostly dry and settled, with warm winds being pushed into the northwest.

Issued Sunday 13:15 AEST

Monday - Latest

A trough and strong cold front crossing the southeast is generating rain and powerful winds in parts of SA, NSW, VIC and TAS. Onshore winds are bringing the odd light shower to parts of the QLD east coast. A broad high pressure ridge is clearing skies in the north and west.


Monday 22:00 EST

A cold front and troughs with a low pushing into the Tasman Sea will drive cool gusty S/SW'ly winds, showers and the odd storm over TAS, VIC and NSW. Onshore winds around a broad high will cause some showers over southern SA and eastern QLD. This high will keep elsewhere dry.


Tuesday 22:00 EST

A front and trough will bring gusty winds and showers to TAS. A low over the Tasman Sea will generate sizeable swell for coastal NSW. Onshore winds around a high will cause some showers over parts of southern SA and VIC. This high will help keep elsewhere mostly dry.


Wednesday 22:00 EST

A broad high over much of the country will help drive onshore winds and the odd shower over parts of TAS, NSW, QLD and southwest WA. An extended southerly wind fetch across the Tasman Sea should bring large swell to coastal NSW.


Thursday 22:00 EST

A broad high over the eastern half of the country looks to bring onshore winds and showers over parts of TAS, NSW and QLD. This high will also keep elsewhere mostly dry and settled, with warm winds being pushed into the northwest.


Friday 22:00 EST

A trough and front, along with onshore winds may bring showers and stronger southerly winds to TAS and southeast SA. Onshore winds around a broad high in the east could cause showers over eastern QLD. This high should bring mostly settled and dry conditions elsewhere.


Saturday 22:00 EST

A trough and cold front with a low over the Tasman Sea may bring cool southerly winds to parts of TAS, VIC and southern NSW. Onshore winds and nearby troughs may cause showers across parts of southwest WA, eastern QLD and northeast NSW. A high looks to keep elsewhere settled.

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Weekly Times Now Synoptic charts below provide isobar, rainfall probability and wind stream direction probability for Local Melbourne areas and across Australia. The maps show the chronological weather pattern change at 10pm each day for the next 7 days.