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Synoptic Chart Summary

Synoptic Chart Australia - D0 Monday, 11:00 EDT

A low and associated troughs over WA are generating showers and thunderstorms. Another trough over QLD is producing thunderstorms over northern parts. A large high pressure system is bringing mostly sunny and settled conditions to much of the southeast.

Synoptic Chart Australia - D1 Tuesday, 22:00 EDT

Lows and troughs over northern and southeast WA will trigger showers and thunderstorms with hot winds ahead of it. A trough over the NT will trigger thundery showers. Onshore winds will bring showers to eastern QLD. A high will keep the southeast mostly clear.

Synoptic Chart Australia - D2 Wednesday, 22:00 EDT

A low pressure trough extending from northern WA to the southeast produce showers and thunderstorms, with a very hot airmass ahead of it. Onshore winds along the QLD coast will produce isolated showers. A cool change will begin to impact TAS.

Synoptic Chart Australia - D3 Thursday, 22:00 EDT

A broad trough with embedded lows extending from WA, into the NT and across SA and NSW will generate showers and storms, whilst directing hot air across the east. Showers for TAS in the wake of a cold front. High pressure will keep much of QLD hot and dry.

Synoptic Chart Australia - D4 Friday, 22:00 EDT

A trough stretching from the northwest to the southeast of Australia will trigger showers and thunderstorms, whilst directing hot air towards northern NSW and QLD. A low in the west will produce showers and storms. A high over the Bight will begin to clear the SA sky.

Synoptic Chart Australia - D5 Saturday, 22:00 EDT

A complex series of lows and troughs over WA will generate showers, thunderstorms and gusty winds. A trough stretching from northwest WA to eastern NSW will generate showers and thunderstorms. Mostly clear skies for VIC, TAS and much of SA under high pressure.

Synoptic Chart Australia - D6 Sunday, 22:00 EDT

A deep trough extending from northern WA to SA will trigger showers and thunderstorms with hot winds to the east. A trough over northeast NSW will combine with moist onshore winds to generate heavy showers and storms. Onshore winds will push showers along the southern WA coast.