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Sunday

A trough & low is causing showers & storms over southern WA. A trough in the east is combining with onshore winds to bring showers to northeast NSW & southeast QLD. Very warm north of the troughs. A high over VIC is clearing skies over the southeast.

Issued Sunday 09:15 AEST

Sunday - Latest

A trough & low is causing showers & storms over southern WA. A trough in the east is combining with onshore winds to bring showers to northeast NSW & southeast QLD. Very warm north of the troughs. A high over VIC is clearing skies over the southeast.


Sunday 22:00 EST

Cool and moist S/SE'ly winds will bring showers to northeast NSW and southeast QLD. A trough in the west will gain moisture causing showers and storms to spread across WA's southwest. Onshore winds will trigger the odd showers over the far northern tropics.


Monday 22:00 EST

A trough will deepen leading to showers and storms in southern inland QLD and far northern NSW. Cool onshore winds will direct a few showers to WA's south. Moist winds look to produce showers over the far northern tropics.


Tuesday 22:00 EST

A low with troughs should generate showers and storms across SA, VIC, NSW, and southern QLD whilst filtering warm ahead of it. High pressure will act to clear showers in WA. Moist winds seem to trigger the odd thundery shower over the far northern tropics.


Wednesday 22:00 EST

A low and broad trough may move east causing widespread showers and thunderstorms across much of eastern Australia. Cool onshore winds should direct a few showers over southern SA. An approaching trough should generate showers in WA's southwest.


Thursday 22:00 EST

A broad trough may continue to track east bringing showers and thunderstorms across eastern Australia, heavy in southeast QLD and northeast NSW. Cool onshore winds look to direct a few showers over southern SA. A trough with a low may cause showers in WA's west.


Friday 22:00 EST

A broad trough along the east coast of AUS should bring showers and thunderstorms, heavy in southeast QLD and northeast NSW. A front crossing WA may generate showers and storms. Cool onshore winds look to direct a few showers over southern SA, VIC and TAS.

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