A trough stretching from northern WA to VIC is triggering thunderstorms and showers, mainly about the NT and WA. Gusty winds ahead of the trough will bring a hot night over western parts of NSW. A region of low pressure in the north is producing thunderstorms across the tropics.
A low pressure trough stretching from WA to NSW is generating showers and thunderstorms. Northerly winds ahead of this trough are bringing a hot day to NSW and QLD. High pressure systems are keeping southern WA, northern NSW and eastern QLD mostly dry.
A slow moving trough stretching from the NT to northeast NSW will generate showers and storms, locally heavy in the NT and northeastern NSW. This trough will also direct hot air into QLD. Another trough over WA will produce thundery showers about the Kimberley.
A trough over the NT and northern QLD will produce isolated showers and storms. A broad trough extending from WA to VIC will trigger isolated showers. Hot winds ahead of this trough will filter over SA and VIC. A high pressure system will keep southern parts of WA mostly dry.
A slow-moving trough over QLD and NSW will trigger thundery showers, mainly in northern NSW. Hot air should be directed over QLD ahead of this trough. Another trough over western WA may cause the odd shower. A high will keep southern parts of WA and SA mostly clear.
A trough and associated low will generate showers and storms in the NT's Top End, central QLD and NSW. The trough may also filter hot northerly winds over these areas. Another trough should trigger thundery showers about western WA. A ridge should keep SA and VIC mostly dry.