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Synoptic Chart Summary

Synoptic Chart Australia - D0 Sunday, 12:00 EDT

Tropical Cyclone Kelvin near WA's Kimberley Coast is causing wind, heavy rain and storms. Troughs with embedded lows over WA, NT, SA and QLD are generating showers and storms. A cold front is bringing gusty showers to TAS. High pressure is keeping most of the southeast dry.

Synoptic Chart Australia - D1 Monday, 22:00 EDT

A tropical low with associated troughs may bring heavy rain and storms to WA and extending into the NT. Troughs over QLD and NSW combined with moist, onshore winds will trigger showers and thunderstorms. High pressure will keep much of the interior dry.

Synoptic Chart Australia - D2 Tuesday, 22:00 EDT

A low and associated troughs should bring areas of heavy rain and storms over WA and western/northern parts of the NT. Another trough in the east could bring showers & storms, heavy at times to QLD and NSW.

Synoptic Chart Australia - D3 Wednesday, 22:00 EDT

A broad region of low pressure and troughs will bring areas of heavy rain and storms over WA. A low and trough in the east should generate showers and storms to parts of QLD and NSW. High pressure should keep the south mainly dry.

Synoptic Chart Australia - D4 Thursday, 22:00 EDT

A series of troughs with embedded lows over WA, NT, QLD and northern NSW will generate showers and thunderstorms. Onshore winds will push showers over the QLD coast. The interior will be hot with a heat trough causing scattered showers/storms.

Synoptic Chart Australia - D5 Friday, 22:00 EDT

A series of low pressure troughs may generate showers and storms over WA, the NT, SA, VIC and western NSW. Onshore winds with a weak trough may bring showers and storms over the QLD coast. A high should keep the southeast coast dry.

Synoptic Chart Australia - D6 Saturday, 22:00 EDT

A front and trough shall cause rain and storms over TAS, VIC and NSW. Hot air will be guided towards the east coast ahead of the systems, with much cooler conditions behind. A trough will generate rain and storms over the northern tropics. A high will bring settled weather to SA.