A trough is bringing patchy light rain and the odd storm to western parts of WA. Brisk westerlies behind a front are causing showers in TAS. Onshore winds are triggering the odd coastal shower in SA, VIC and QLD, while a high causes mostly calm and dry conditions elsewhere.
A large high pressure system will drive onshore winds and showers onto the eastern seaboard and NT Arnhem land. The high will lead to another cold morning in the southeast whilst keeping the interior dry. A trough and cold front over western WA will trigger showers and storms.
A large high will continue to drive showers and easterly component winds onto coastal QLD, NSW and the NT Arnhem Land while keeping the interior dry. A trough in western parts of WA will generate showers and the odd storm. Moist westerly winds will cause showers over TAS.
A large high will maintain onshore winds and showers over northeast NSW, eastern QLD and the NT Arnhem Land. A weak cold front passing close to TAS will trigger showers. A trough and cold front will cause showers and storms to develop over SA and central and western parts of WA.
A cold front and trough will approach the nation, causing patchy rain and storms to develop over southeast WA, SA, VIC, TAS and western NSW. A high over the Tasman will direct showers over eastern parts of northern NSW, QLD and the NT. Another high will keep much of the west dry.
A low pressure trough and cold front should trigger rain and storms in eastern SA, VIC, NSW, TAS and southwest QLD. Highs will direct showery winds onto coastal parts of QLD, northern NSW, southeast WA and western SA. A region of low pressure in the tropics may trigger showers.