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Saturday, 04:00 EDT
Severe Tropical Cyclone Owen and an associated trough are generating intense wind, rain and storms about western Cape York. A low and associated troughs is causing rain and storms over parts parts of QLD, NSW, VIC, SA and TAS. Another trough is triggering storms to southwest WA.
Saturday, 22:00 EDT
Ex-Tropical Cyclone Owen will bring widespread heavy rain and a few storms after it makes landfall. A low in the southeast and its associated troughs will produce areas of rain and storms, mainly for eastern parts of QLD and NSW. A trough in the west could also storms.
Sunday, 22:00 EDT
Ex-TC Owen should continue to cause showers and strong winds to parts of eastern QLD. A trough in the east and a low in the southeast should bring rain and storms to southern QLD and NSW, as well as VIC and TAS. A trough and low in the west will also produce showers and storms.
Monday, 22:00 EDT
A low and trough could linger near the QLD coast, causing showers and storms. Another low pressure trough will begin to move into SA and deepen, bringing showers and thunderstorms. A region of low pressure across the tropics will bring thundery showers.
Tuesday, 22:00 EDT
A broad region of low pressure in the north should cause showers and storms. A trough in the south could bring a few storms to SA, while pushing warmer air into western NSW and QLD. Another trough in the east may bring thunderstorms.
Wednesday, 22:00 EDT
Low pressure should bring widespread showers and storms over the NT and QLD, some intense. A trough in the southeast could deepen, causing showers and storms in NSW and VIC to become heavy. Onshore winds over SA may produce showers, mainly in the south.