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Tuesday, 11:00 EST
A cold front, trough and developing low over eastern NSW is generating gusty winds, rain and thunderstorms. A trough over southern WA is causing showers. Onshore winds are bringing the odd shower to eastern QLD.
Wednesday, 22:00 EST
A low and trough will cause wind, rain and storms in eastern NSW. Warm and gusty winds will increase over western parts of SA, ahead of a low pressure trough. A gusty cold front will cross the southwest, bringing a showery cool change.
Thursday, 22:00 EST
Very warm and gusty winds will move across SA and western VIC ahead of a low pressure trough. A cold front clipping the south will bring a few showers over southern WA and southern SA. Onshore winds may trigger a few showers for eastern NSW and southeast QLD.
Friday, 22:00 EST
A trough looks to deepen over the southeast, bringing showers and storms with warm winds ahead of it. A cold front will follow, bringing brisk showers to the south. Onshore winds will bring showers to the east coast. Hot winds in the north under clear skies.
Saturday, 22:00 EST
A low pressure trough in the east looks to deepen further over NSW, bringing areas of rain and thunderstorms. Breezy and cool onshore winds may bring a few showers to SA, VIC and TAS. A trough in the west is drawing warm winds towards the coast.
Sunday, 22:00 EST
A low pressure trough could produce showers and storms over northeast NSW and southeast QLD. A series of fronts crossing the far south should bring cool showers to southeast SA, VIC and TAS. A trough over central Australia may bring thundery showers.