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Synoptic

  1. Summary Issued Thursday 14:45 EST

    • Synoptic outlook for Australia on Tue 24 May 2016

      Tuesday 22:00 EST

      A cold front will brush the southwest coast while a band of cloud will extend from the northwest into central Australia producing rain. Unstable easterly winds over the tropical north will lead to show...
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    • Synoptic outlook for Australia on Wed 25 May 2016

      Wednesday 22:00 EST

      A front and trough should spread areas of rain over southern Australia, moving east. Troughs in the north will continue to produce showers and storms in the tropics. A high will produce a cool morning ...
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    • Synoptic outlook for Australia on Thu 26 May 2016

      Thursday 22:00 EST

      A low and front should reach VIC, TAS and NSW, bringing cold winds and showers. A trough and front may trigger thundery showers for southern WA. Regions of low pressure in the north should bring a few ...
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    • Synoptic outlook for Australia on Fri 27 May 2016

      Friday 22:00 EST

      A trough over central parts of Australia may bring areas of rain to SA and western VIC and NSW. A low pressure system should move offshore allowing showers and winds to ease. A trough will bring shower...
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    • Synoptic outlook for Australia on Sat 28 May 2016

      Saturday 22:00 EST

      A front will clip the southwest corner of WA, causing cool showers. Cool winds spiraling around a low will generate showers across eastern NSW, VIC and TAS, with large swell possible. A weak trough may...
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    • Synoptic outlook for Australia on Sun 29 May 2016

      Sunday 22:00 EST

      A trough looks to move east, causing thundery showers in eastern WA and southern parts of the NT. A front associated with this trough could impact TAS and the coastal fringe of SA and western VIC, brin...
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    Synoptic outlook for Australia on Tue 24 May 2016

    Tuesday 22:00 EST Issued Thursday 14:45 EST

    A cold front will brush the southwest coast while a band of cloud will extend from the northwest into central Australia producing rain. Unstable easterly winds over the tropical north will lead to showers. Showers will clear from TAS, VIC and NSW as a high takes hold. Back to summary ›

    Synoptic outlook for Australia on Wed 25 May 2016

    Wednesday 22:00 EST Issued Friday 12:37 EST

    A front and trough should spread areas of rain over southern Australia, moving east. Troughs in the north will continue to produce showers and storms in the tropics. A high will produce a cool morning in NSW and southern QLD, then a dry day. Back to summary ›

    Synoptic outlook for Australia on Thu 26 May 2016

    Thursday 22:00 EST Issued Saturday 11:15 EST

    A low and front should reach VIC, TAS and NSW, bringing cold winds and showers. A trough and front may trigger thundery showers for southern WA. Regions of low pressure in the north should bring a few showers to tropical QLD and NT. Back to summary ›

    Synoptic outlook for Australia on Fri 27 May 2016

    Friday 22:00 EST Issued Sunday 11:05 EST

    A trough over central parts of Australia may bring areas of rain to SA and western VIC and NSW. A low pressure system should move offshore allowing showers and winds to ease. A trough will bring showers to northern QLD and the Top End. Back to summary ›

    Synoptic outlook for Australia on Sat 28 May 2016

    Saturday 22:00 EST Issued Monday 11:39 EST

    A front will clip the southwest corner of WA, causing cool showers. Cool winds spiraling around a low will generate showers across eastern NSW, VIC and TAS, with large swell possible. A weak trough may bring some patchy rain to inland WA. Back to summary ›

    Synoptic outlook for Australia on Sun 29 May 2016

    Sunday 22:00 EST Issued Monday 11:40 EST

    A trough looks to move east, causing thundery showers in eastern WA and southern parts of the NT. A front associated with this trough could impact TAS and the coastal fringe of SA and western VIC, bringing showers. A high pressure ridge will direct showers to far north QLD. Back to summary ›