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Thursday, 12:00 EST
A frontal in the southeast is gradually clearing, allowing gusty winds to ease in VIC, southern NSW and SA. A trough is generating blustery showers over TAS. Another front is causing winds to strengthen and showers to develop in far southwest WA. Highs are keeping elsewhere dry.
Friday, 22:00 EST
A cold front in the south should bring strong winds and showers to SA, VIC and TAS. Onshore winds in the wake of the system should bring a few showers to southwest WA. Onshore winds could bring a few showers to tropical QLD. High pressure should keep the interior warm and dry.
Saturday, 22:00 EST
Very cold air will be directed across the southeast with a frontal system, bringing gusty showers to SA, VIC, TAS and southeastern NSW, with highland snow possible later in the day. Onshore winds will cause a few showers to the northeast tropics. Dry elsewhere under a high.
Sunday, 22:00 EST
Very cold and gusty winds with a frontal system will bring showers, small hail and highland snow to TAS, VIC and southeastern NSW. A trough should begin to develop off the west coast. High pressure should keep the interior generally mild and dry after a cold morning.
Monday, 22:00 EST
A clearing frontal system will direct cold gusty showers, Alpine, small hail and to southeast SA, TAS, VIC and southeastern NSW. A low should bring showers to southwest WA. High pressure should keep elsewhere dry. A broad high will lead to a cool morning inland.
Tuesday, 22:00 EST
A pair of fronts should bring showers and thunderstorms to southwest WA and the western seaboard. Unstable gusty winds should deliver showers and possible small hail to southern VIC and TAS. A high pressure system and cold air will lead to a cold morning over inland areas.