Weather

Synoptic Chart Summary

Synoptic Chart Australia - D0 Sunday, 05:00 EST

A frontal system in the west is bringing gusty showers and storms to southwestern WA. Eastern NSW and Qld are seeing a some showers and storms with a low pressure trough and onshore winds. The NT to SA is mostly dry and settled with a high pressure ridge.

Synoptic Chart Australia - D1 Sunday, 22:00 EST

A coastal trough and onshore winds will bring showers along the QLD and northern NSW coasts. A trough and cold front moving over WA will cause showers and storms, some heavy. A high in the southeast is bringing a sunny and settled day to most of SA, VIC, TAS and western NSW.

Synoptic Chart Australia - D2 Monday, 22:00 EST

Onshore winds and a trough will bring showers to eastern QLD and northeast NSW. A trough and front will continue to move east over SA, producing showers and storms, with cool winds in its wake. Warm winds will spread across eastern SA, VIC and NSW.

Synoptic Chart Australia - D3 Tuesday, 22:00 EST

Moist onshore winds and a trough may produce showers and storms over eastern QLD and northern NSW, heavy about the coast. A low pressure trough and cold front should bring showers and storms to SA and VIC. Weak troughs may bring a few storms to central parts of WA.

Synoptic Chart Australia - D4 Wednesday, 22:00 EST

A deepening low pressure trough may bring showers and storms over SA, VIC and NSW. A low and trough may generate rain and storms for southeast QLD and northeast NSW. A trough in the west looks to develop, and may generate showers and storms.

Synoptic Chart Australia - D5 Thursday, 22:00 EST

A trough and low in the east looks to trigger rain and a few storms, heaviest over southeast QLD and northeast NSW. Another trough could bring showers and storms to WA. High pressure should keep much of SA, VIC, TAS and inland NSW and QLD clear and dry.

Synoptic Chart Australia - D6 Friday, 22:00 EST

An offshore low in the east and associate trough may bring heavy rain and strong winds to the NSW and southeast QLD coast, heaviest in the northeast NSW. Warm easterly winds should lead to slightly elevated temperatures in western WA. High pressure should keep elsewhere dry.