A low off the east coast is bringing heavy rain and damaging winds to northeast NSW and southeast QLD. A moist onshore flow is causing showers elsewhere on the NSW coast. A high is directing a few showers onto the SA, VIC and TAS coasts, while keeping the rest of the country dry.
A broad high will bring a mostly dry day across much of the country, while generating a cool morning to SA, VIC, NSW and QLD. A low will produce coastal showers along northeast NSW and southeast QLD. Cool and gusty westerlies will direct showers over TAS and southern VIC.
A large high will direct a few showers onto the southern QLD and northern NSW coasts, while bringing mostly clear skies and a chilly morning across the rest of the southeast. Unstable westerly winds will cause a few showers over southern VIC and TAS.
A large high pressure system may direct a few showers along the northern NSW and QLD coasts, while bringing a chilly morning and mostly clear skies to inland parts of QLD, NSW, VIC, TAS and SA. A low pressure trough may cause some showers about the Pilbara.
A large high should direct strong onshore winds and showers along the eastern seaboard, while keeping inland areas dry and mostly clear. A trough and front may bring a few showers and storms to southwest WA. A region of low pressure in the Top End may bring some thundery showers.
A large high should direct light showers along the eastern seaboard. A trough in the west may filter warm northeasterly winds over WA and bring the odd shower or storm. A region of low pressure in the tropics should trigger some late thundery showers.