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Synoptic

  1. Summary Issued Sunday 10:52 EDT

    • Synoptic outlook for Australia on Fri 19 Jan 2018

      Friday 22:00 EDT

      A trough streching from WA to QLD will result in storms and showers in the tropics. Another trough and low pressure system covering lower WA and SA will trigger storms and showers. High pressure will k...
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    • Synoptic outlook for Australia on Sat 20 Jan 2018

      Saturday 22:00 EDT

      A low pressure system and associated trough over the tropics should trigger storms and showers in northern WA, NT and QLD. Another trough extending over VIC and SA will bring hot gusty winds ahead of i...
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    • Synoptic outlook for Australia on Sun 21 Jan 2018

      Sunday 22:00 EDT

      A low pressure system and associated trough over the tropics and extending down through NSW and VIC may generate storms and showers, with hot air ahead of it. Another trough in the west may bring the s...
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    • Synoptic outlook for Australia on Mon 22 Jan 2018

      Monday 22:00 EDT

      A trough over the north will bring showers and storms. A trough extending from the interior to NSW should lead to a very hot day with some storms developing. A trough in the southwest may trigger showe...
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    • Synoptic outlook for Australia on Tue 23 Jan 2018

      Tuesday 22:00 EDT

      A broad region of low pressure looks to remain in the north, producing heavy showers and thunderstorms. A trough in the west also may cause storms across inland parts. A trough in the east should bring...
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    • Synoptic outlook for Australia on Wed 24 Jan 2018

      Wednesday 22:00 EDT

      A broad region of low pressure looks to remain over eastern NSW and southern QLD, triggering showers and storms. A trough in the north could bring areas of heavy rain and thunderstorms. Another trough ...
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    Synoptic outlook for Australia on Fri 19 Jan 2018

    Friday 22:00 EDT Issued Sunday 10:52 EDT

    A trough streching from WA to QLD will result in storms and showers in the tropics. Another trough and low pressure system covering lower WA and SA will trigger storms and showers. High pressure will keep NSW, TAS and parts of VIC mostly dry. Back to summary ›

    Synoptic outlook for Australia on Sat 20 Jan 2018

    Saturday 22:00 EDT Issued Monday 11:38 EDT

    A low pressure system and associated trough over the tropics should trigger storms and showers in northern WA, NT and QLD. Another trough extending over VIC and SA will bring hot gusty winds ahead of it and showers once it passes. High pressure should keep elsewhere clear. Back to summary ›

    Synoptic outlook for Australia on Sun 21 Jan 2018

    Sunday 22:00 EDT Issued Tuesday 11:32 EDT

    A low pressure system and associated trough over the tropics and extending down through NSW and VIC may generate storms and showers, with hot air ahead of it. Another trough in the west may bring the showers to WA. High pressure should keep elsewhere dry. Back to summary ›

    Synoptic outlook for Australia on Mon 22 Jan 2018

    Monday 22:00 EDT Issued Tuesday 11:34 EDT

    A trough over the north will bring showers and storms. A trough extending from the interior to NSW should lead to a very hot day with some storms developing. A trough in the southwest may trigger showers and storms. A high should keep the south dry. Back to summary ›

    Synoptic outlook for Australia on Tue 23 Jan 2018

    Tuesday 22:00 EDT Issued Thursday 10:51 EDT

    A broad region of low pressure looks to remain in the north, producing heavy showers and thunderstorms. A trough in the west also may cause storms across inland parts. A trough in the east should bring showers and storms to NSW, mainly about the coast and ranges. Back to summary ›

    Synoptic outlook for Australia on Wed 24 Jan 2018

    Wednesday 22:00 EDT Issued Thursday 10:53 EDT

    A broad region of low pressure looks to remain over eastern NSW and southern QLD, triggering showers and storms. A trough in the north could bring areas of heavy rain and thunderstorms. Another trough in the west should produce storms. Onshore winds may cause showers in TAS. Back to summary ›