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Sunday, 20:00 EDT
A trough is triggering showers and storms to the Kimberley and parts of the NT and western SA. Another trough is causing showers and storms in QLD. These troughs are combining to directing very warm winds from the interior to SA, western NSW, VIC and TAS.
Monday, 22:00 EDT
A couple of troughs in the north will bring showers and storms to QLD, NT and parts of SA. Moist onshore winds will lead to isolated showers in the southwest of WA and along the NSW coastline. High pressure should keep TAS and VIC clear.
Tuesday, 22:00 EDT
A series of troughs over the north should lead to heavy rain and storms over QLD and parts of NT, northern NSW and WA. Moist onshore winds should lead to showers along the NSW and SA coast. High pressure should keep skies clearer elsewhere.
Wednesday, 22:00 EDT
Low pressure troughs lingering over the interior will cause showers and storms in parts of all states, with a focus on northern/western QLD and the Top End. A ridge of high pressure will dominate over southern and central WA, bringing clear skies and gusty southeasterly winds.
Thursday, 22:00 EDT
A trough lingering over the interior will result in showers and storms in parts of all states, with the heaviest rainfall expected in QLD and the NT. A high over WA will lead to clear skies in the south and west, whilst helping to direct a very hot airmass towards the west coast.
Friday, 22:00 EDT
A pair of low pressure troughs over central and northern parts of the country should trigger showers and storms. A trough in the west will direct a hot airmass over southern parts of WA. Cooling onshore winds will deliver scattered showers across the eastern seaboard.