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Saturday, 20:00 EDT
Troughs over QLD, NSW and VIC are triggering showers and storms, some severe in QLD and NSW. Another trough over central and northern WA and the NT is also causing showers and storms, some also severe. Onshore winds are bringing a few showers to southern WA.
Sunday, 22:00 EDT
Low pressure and a trough over southeast QLD, NSW, VIC and TAS will bring rain areas and storms. Another trough over the northwest and the NT will cause rain and storms, some potentially severe. A ridge will keep southern WA and western SA mostly dry and clear.
Monday, 22:00 EDT
A trough and low over the southeast should bring rain to southern NSW, VIC and TAS. Onshore winds feeding a trough should bring showers and storms across east QLD and northeast NSW. A broad trough should cause widespread storms across northern WA and the NT.
Tuesday, 22:00 EDT
Warmer and drier over NSW, VIC and SA as winds turn westerly ahead of a front. Troughs should bring a few showers in the far east, mainly eastern QLD and near the NSW/QLD and VIC/NSW borders. A trough may cause storms in WA and the NT, while helping drive heat over the interior.
Wednesday, 22:00 EDT
A trough and front should generate late showers and storms over the southeast. Another trough over the Tropics should trigger rain areas and thunderstorms. Moist onshore winds may cause showers across eastern QLD. Mostly dry across central areas with a ridge of high pressure.
Thursday, 22:00 EDT
A front and trough should bring a cooler day to southeast SA, VIC and TAS, while generating showers. Multiple troughs over the north and extending to northeast NSW may cause widespread showers and storms. A high may bring dry and warm winds to southern WA and much of SA.