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Australian Chart Summary

Wednesday - Latest

Humid easterlies are feeding a trough and low, causing rain and storms in eastern QLD and the tropics. Weaker troughs are causing the odd shower in northwest WA and southeastern NSW. A front is causing wind to increase and showers to develop over TAS, coastal SA and southwest VIC

Thursday 22:00 EST

A front will cross TAS and VIC in the morning, bringing a gusty southwesterly change and showers. Moist easterly winds and a weak Tropical Low will cause showers and storms over QLD and the Top End. Another trough will deepen over WA, allowing showers to develop in the west.

Friday 22:00 EST

A trough and front will move across WA and southern SA, causing showers and isolated storms. A Tropical Low may deepen near the Top End, causing showers and wind to increase. Moist onshore winds will generate showers over eastern and northern QLD and eastern NSW.

Saturday 22:00 EST

A front and trough will produce showers over TAS, VIC, SA and NSW. Onshore winds will cause showers and a few storms across eastern and northern QLD. A Tropical Low near the Top End should continue to trigger showers and storms. Another trough may cause thundery showers over WA.

Sunday 22:00 EST

A trough and front will bring gusty winds and showers to southern WA. A deepening low will cause wind and rain to increase over the Top End. Humid easterly winds will generate showers over eastern and northern QLD. A ridge will clear the nation's southeast.

Monday 22:00 EST

A front will move over WA and into SA, bringing a gusty southerly change and showers. Warm northerly winds will filter into SA ahead of this front. A high will continue to direct showery onshore winds over eastern and northern QLD. A low will bring showers to the Top End.

Tuesday 22:00 EST

A strong front may cross SA, TAS, VIC and NSW causing showers. Cool southwesterly winds will maintain showers over southern parts of WA and SA. A low may deepen over the Timor Sea, causing wind and showers to increase over the western Top End and Kimberley.

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