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Synoptic

  1. Summary Issued Sunday 00:05 EDT

    • Synoptic outlook for Australia on Sun 25 Oct 2020

      Monday 09:00 EDT

      A low pressure system with associated troughs will continue to produce rain and thunderstorms, some severe, across eastern NSW and QLD, and northern parts of the NT, and showers in VIC. High pressure o...

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    • Synoptic outlook for Australia on Mon 26 Oct 2020

      Tuesday 09:00 EDT

      A low off the east coast will direct showers and possible thunderstorms along the eastern seaboard. A strengthening trough over the northern tropics will generate thundery showers over central and nort...

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    • Synoptic outlook for Australia on Tue 27 Oct 2020

      Wednesday 09:00 EDT

      An active trough should cause showers and storms to develop across southeast QLD and northeast NSW. Another extensive trough could produce a few showers in VIC and much of NSW, northern tropics, and in...

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    • Synoptic outlook for Australia on Wed 28 Oct 2020

      Thursday 09:00 EDT

      An upper level disturbance may cause showers and thunderstorms in NSW and southeast QLD. A trough should continue to trigger showers across TAS, VIC, northern tropics, and inland WA. Clearer skies and ...

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    • Synoptic outlook for Australia on Thu 29 Oct 2020

      Friday 09:00 EDT

      A lingering trough should produce showers across much of NSW, VIC, and southeast QLD. Another trough could generate showers across northern tropics and inland WA and push heat to the west coast. High p...

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    • Synoptic outlook for Australia on Fri 30 Oct 2020

      Saturday 09:00 EDT

      A trough extending from the NT into southwest WA could trigger showers and storms. A moisture laden trough over eastern AUS may generate showers and storms. A high over the Bight should produce onshore...

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    Synoptic outlook for Australia on Sun 25 Oct 2020

    Monday 09:00 EDT Issued Sunday 00:05 EDT

    A low pressure system with associated troughs will continue to produce rain and thunderstorms, some severe, across eastern NSW and QLD, and northern parts of the NT, and showers in VIC. High pressure over the Bight will keep elsewhere dry and settled. Back to summary ›

    Synoptic outlook for Australia on Mon 26 Oct 2020

    Tuesday 09:00 EDT Issued Sunday 00:06 EDT

    A low off the east coast will direct showers and possible thunderstorms along the eastern seaboard. A strengthening trough over the northern tropics will generate thundery showers over central and northern NT. A weak front will introduce light showers over WA's southwest. Back to summary ›

    Synoptic outlook for Australia on Tue 27 Oct 2020

    Wednesday 09:00 EDT Issued Sunday 00:06 EDT

    An active trough should cause showers and storms to develop across southeast QLD and northeast NSW. Another extensive trough could produce a few showers in VIC and much of NSW, northern tropics, and inland WA. A dry airmass should keep central Australia mostly clear. Back to summary ›

    Synoptic outlook for Australia on Wed 28 Oct 2020

    Thursday 09:00 EDT Issued Sunday 00:09 EDT

    An upper level disturbance may cause showers and thunderstorms in NSW and southeast QLD. A trough should continue to trigger showers across TAS, VIC, northern tropics, and inland WA. Clearer skies and settled conditions elsewhere with a high. Back to summary ›

    Synoptic outlook for Australia on Thu 29 Oct 2020

    Friday 09:00 EDT Issued Sunday 00:10 EDT

    A lingering trough should produce showers across much of NSW, VIC, and southeast QLD. Another trough could generate showers across northern tropics and inland WA and push heat to the west coast. High pressure would keep elsewhere settled. Back to summary ›

    Synoptic outlook for Australia on Fri 30 Oct 2020

    Saturday 09:00 EDT Issued Saturday 23:52 EDT

    A trough extending from the NT into southwest WA could trigger showers and storms. A moisture laden trough over eastern AUS may generate showers and storms. A high over the Bight should produce onshore winds that direct showers over southern SA while keeping elsewhere settled. Back to summary ›