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Thursday, 11:00 EDT
A trough stretching from WA across SA and south to TAS is triggering showers and thunderstorms with hot winds ahead of it. A broad region of low pressure over northern WA, the NT and QLD should generate thunderstorms later. Onshore winds are bringing low cloud to the east coast.
Friday, 22:00 EDT
A trough is likely to deepen in the east, causing hot winds to become gusty in western QLD, NSW, and also cause thundery showers over the interior. A front should bring a cooler change and showers to TAS and VIC. A trough over the tropics should trigger thundery showers.
Saturday, 22:00 EDT
A trough over northern WA, the NT, western QLD and NSW may maintain heat and bring showers and thunderstorms. A broad area of low pressure and trough should bring showers and storms to the tropics. High pressure over southern WA and TAS will keep skies mostly clear.
Sunday, 22:00 EDT
Troughs over WA, the NT should trigger showers and possible storms. A trough over NSW and the interior may generate showers and storms, and heat for inland QLD. Onshore winds along the QLD and NSW coast will bring showers. A trough over the tropics may produce thundery showers.
Monday, 22:00 EDT
A broad region of low pressure over WA, the Top End and northern QLD should bring showers and storms. Onshore winds should bring showers to the QLD and NSW coasts. A trough in the east should cause showers and possible storms in NSW. Highs will be keeping much of TAS and SA dry.
Tuesday, 22:00 EDT
A region of low pressure over the tropics should produce thundery showers. A trough over inland WA, SA, NSW and VIC should bring hot conditions and cause showers and possible thunderstorms. Onshore winds should bring showers to the northern QLD coast.