A broad area of low pressure across the north of the country is generating areas
of cloud with thunderstorm activity across the Northern Territory and parts of
tropical Western Australia.
A trough in the Coral Sea is generating an active area of thunderstorms,
affecting northern parts of Cape York Peninsula and Gulf of Carpentaria.
Mid level cloud flowing across central WA and into the Great Australian Bight is
associated with an upper trough over WA and a developing low in the Bight. A
trough across southeastern Australia is causing low to mid level cloud.
A high pressure system located in the Tasman Sea is generating an onshore
airstream and bringing low level cloud to the New South Wales and southeast