Moist easterly winds over the NT Top End are generating showers and storms, mainly in the east. A weak trough over eastern QLD is being fed by moist onshore winds, also causing showers. A broad high pressure ridge is keeping the rest of the country generally clear.
Brisk southwesterly winds will trigger cool showers over TAS southern parts of VIC and southeastern parts of NSW. A large region of low pressure will generate scattered showers and thunderstorms over the Top End and northern QLD. A high will keep the south generally dry.
A broad region of high pressure lingering over central and southeastern parts of the nation will keep skies generally clear resulting in low night-time temperatures. A broad trough over northern Australia will produce scattered showers and thunderstorms.
A weak front will bring cool gusty showers to southern parts of VIC and TAS. A strong region of high pressure will keep skies clear leading to cool overnight temperatures. A broad low pressure trough over the tropics will produce the odd thundery shower.
Instability with moist easterly winds should generate thundery showers about the Cape York Peninsula and the Top End. A front and trough is expected to bring isolated light showers to southeastern parts of SA and TAS. High pressure ridges should keep the east and west coasts dry.
A trough should linger over eastern parts of the NT and western parts of QLD triggering thundery showers. This trough should extend to the southeast producing light isolated showers. A high is expected to keep remaining parts of the nation generally dry.