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Friday 22:00 EST

A front may bring showers to southeast SA, VIC and TAS. Onshore winds and a trough should trigger showers over eastern QLD and northeast NSW. Onshore winds in the southwest should also cause a few showers. Clear elsewhere with a high.

Issued Saturday 13:05 AEST

Saturday - Latest

Brisk, gusty winds in the wake of a front are bringing showers to southeastern SA, TAS, VIC and parts of coastal NSW. Onshore winds are bringing the odd the shower to northeast QLD. A high is keeping the interior, the NT and WA generally dry and mostly clear.


Sunday 22:00 EST

A low and front will clip southwest WA, generating strong winds, rain and storms. Brisk winds around a broad high over the southeast will bring showers to southern SA, VIC, TAS and coastal NSW. Humid winds will direct showers to northeast QLD and the Top End.


Monday 22:00 EST

A low will slip south of WA, however a front will trigger rain and storms. A cold front crossing TAS will generate gusty rain and highland snow, and push showers over southern VIC. Onshore winds along the eastern seaboard and northeastern NT will bring showers.


Tuesday 22:00 EST

A cold front will cross the Bight, leaving showers in its wake over southern WA. Onshore winds around a high and ridge will bring showers to southern VIC and eastern NSW and QLD. Humid winds will bring showers to the northeast tropics. Mostly cler elsewhere under high pressure.


Wednesday 22:00 EST

A weak trough crossing SA may trigger a few showers. Onshore winds should bring showers to parts of TAS, eastern NSW and QLD, northeastern NT and southern WA. High pressure should be dominant elsewhere, leading to a mild day and a cool-to-cold night.


Thursday 22:00 EST

A cold front may clip southwest WA bringing a few showers and the odd storm. Onshore winds in the east, along with an inland trough should bring a few showers to eastern QLD and northeast NSW. Clear elsewhere under a high.


Friday 22:00 EST

A front may bring showers to southeast SA, VIC and TAS. Onshore winds and a trough should trigger showers over eastern QLD and northeast NSW. Onshore winds in the southwest should also cause a few showers. Clear elsewhere with a high.

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The Cairns Post Synoptic charts below provide isobar, rainfall probability and wind stream direction probability for the Cairns area and across Australia. The maps show the chronological weather pattern change at 10pm each day for the next 7 days.