Isolated thunderstorms are observed near Ex-Tropical Cyclone "Iris," which is
now a tropical low pressure system located off the Queensland central coast over
the Coral Sea. A broad band of middle to high level cloud can be seen streaming
away from the low towards the south and southeast.
Very patchy middle level cloud extends across northern Australia and is
associated with a lower to middle level trough.
Low cloud along the southeast NSW coast has been brought about by onshore flow
driven by a high pressure ridge.
The rest of the continent is mostly clear under the influence of dual high
pressure systems in the Bight and the Tasman Sea.