A front and trough pushing across southeastern Australia are bringing a cool change with areas of rain and storms. A high is beginning to clear SA and is sending hot winds into WA. EX-Tropical Cyclone Gillian is causing squally showers around the Gulf of Carpentaria.
Ex-Tropical Cyclone Gillian will remain near stationary over the Gulf of Carpentaria, causing heavy rain and strong winds. A trough over WA will trigger patchy showers and storms. A trough in the east should generate areas of light rain and storms.
The monsoon trough and ex-Tropical Cyclone Gillian will continue to generate heavy rain and squally storms over the Northern Tropics. A trough across the east will filter hot winds towards the southern coats. A set of highs will bring showers to the east coast and southern WA.
A front will cross the southeast bringing a cool, wet and gusty change. An active monsoon across the north will continue to bring squally storms and heavy rain to northern QLD and the Top End. Moist onshore winds over southern WA, SA and TAS will bring heavy showers.
The monsoon will continue to bring squally showers and rain to the tropics. A vigorous cold front will trigger storms and areas of heavy rain in NSW and southern QLD. Another front will direct coastal showers to SA, VIC and TAS. A high will keep the west clear.
A low and the monsoon trough will remain active bringing showers and storms to the tropics. A high will direct onshore wins towards SA, VIC and TAS causing areas of light rain and drizzle. The same high will keep the south and central interior cloud free.