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Thursday, 05:00 EST
A front is sending a mainly dry cool change across NSW. A broad high over the southeast is causing a cold morning and patchy frost over parts of TAS, VIC, NSW and SA. A cold front and trough in the south are causing brisk winds and the odd light shower in southern WA and SA.
Thursday, 22:00 EST
A cold front will cross VIC and TAS, bringing rain, alpine and highland snow and the odd storm. Strong onshore winds ahead of a front will bring heavy showers to southwestern parts of WA. Onshore winds over the Top End and northern QLD will generate the odd shower.
Friday, 22:00 EST
A strong cold front and associated trough will bring blustery showers to southwestern WA while funneling warm air over SA. Onshore winds in the wake of a front will bring the odd shower over TAS. Onshore winds will cause the odd coastal shower to northern QLD and the Top End.
Saturday, 22:00 EST
A cold front and associated trough will bring heavy rain to SA, VIC and TAS while funneling warm air over NSW and QLD. A trough will bring gusty showers to southwestern parts of WA. Onshore winds should deliver some coastal showers over the Top End and northern QLD
Sunday, 22:00 EST
A cold front and associated trough will bring rain to SA, VIC, TAS and southern NSW while funneling warm air over northern NSW and southern QLD. Cool onshore winds should bring showers to southern parts of WA and SA. Onshore winds should deliver some showers to coastal QLD.
Monday, 22:00 EST
A trough and possible low pressure system may deliver showers along the east coast with cold winds and snow for the NSW Alps and TAS highlands. A cold front should deliver showers and the odd storm over southwestern parts of WA. A high should keep elsewhere clear and dry.