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Fronts

  1. Summary Issued Sunday 10:57 EST

    • Synoptic outlook for Australia on Fri 21 Jul 2017

      Friday 22:00 EST

      A cold front and trough should cross southern WA bringing showers with warm winds ahead of it. A broad high pressure system over the east will bring a cold, frosty morning, with sunny skies inland. Ons...
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    • Synoptic outlook for Australia on Sat 22 Jul 2017

      Saturday 22:00 EST

      A cold front in the south may bring gusty showers to southeastern SA, VIC and TAS. Another low and front in the southwest could cause a few showers for WA. Onshore winds in the east shall cause the odd...
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    • Synoptic outlook for Australia on Sun 23 Jul 2017

      Sunday 22:00 EST

      Onshore winds in the south and the east may trigger showers for VIC, TAS, NSW and QLD. A low in the southwest may clip southern WA bringing the odd shower. A broad area of high pressure should keep the...
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    • Synoptic outlook for Australia on Mon 24 Jul 2017

      Monday 22:00 EST

      A front and trough in the south could bring gusty showers to southeastern SA, VIC and TAS. A low and associated trough in the west may trigger a few showers for southwestern WA. Onshore winds in the ea...
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    • Synoptic outlook for Australia on Tue 25 Jul 2017

      Tuesday 22:00 EST

      A low, front and trough in the south could bring gusty showers to southeastern and southwestern Australia. Onshore winds in the east could generate a few coastal showers for QLD. A high should keep els...
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    • Synoptic outlook for Australia on Wed 26 Jul 2017

      Wednesday 22:00 EST

      A pair of troughs and brisk westerly winds shall cause showers over the southwestern and the southeast. A broad area of high pressure will keep central parts dry and mostly sunny, leading to a mild/war...
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    Synoptic outlook for Australia on Fri 21 Jul 2017

    Friday 22:00 EST Issued Sunday 10:57 EST

    A cold front and trough should cross southern WA bringing showers with warm winds ahead of it. A broad high pressure system over the east will bring a cold, frosty morning, with sunny skies inland. Onshore winds from the high may bring showers to eastern NSW and north QLD. Back to summary ›

    Synoptic outlook for Australia on Sat 22 Jul 2017

    Saturday 22:00 EST Issued Monday 12:52 EST

    A cold front in the south may bring gusty showers to southeastern SA, VIC and TAS. Another low and front in the southwest could cause a few showers for WA. Onshore winds in the east shall cause the odd shower for QLD and NSW. Back to summary ›

    Synoptic outlook for Australia on Sun 23 Jul 2017

    Sunday 22:00 EST Issued Tuesday 11:23 EST

    Onshore winds in the south and the east may trigger showers for VIC, TAS, NSW and QLD. A low in the southwest may clip southern WA bringing the odd shower. A broad area of high pressure should keep the interior clear and dry. Back to summary ›

    Synoptic outlook for Australia on Mon 24 Jul 2017

    Monday 22:00 EST Issued Wednesday 11:37 EST

    A front and trough in the south could bring gusty showers to southeastern SA, VIC and TAS. A low and associated trough in the west may trigger a few showers for southwestern WA. Onshore winds in the east could generate a few coastal showers for QLD. Back to summary ›

    Synoptic outlook for Australia on Tue 25 Jul 2017

    Tuesday 22:00 EST Issued Thursday 12:08 EST

    A low, front and trough in the south could bring gusty showers to southeastern and southwestern Australia. Onshore winds in the east could generate a few coastal showers for QLD. A high should keep elsewhere generally clear and dry. Back to summary ›

    Synoptic outlook for Australia on Wed 26 Jul 2017

    Wednesday 22:00 EST Issued Thursday 12:08 EST

    A pair of troughs and brisk westerly winds shall cause showers over the southwestern and the southeast. A broad area of high pressure will keep central parts dry and mostly sunny, leading to a mild/warm day. Onshore winds will trigger the odd coastal shower over northern QLD. Back to summary ›