A cold front with associated low and middle level cloud and active thunderstorms
can be seen passing through western Victoria. Behind the front speckled cloud
can be seen over southern SA and waters to the south, tracking towards the east,
associated with a very cold unstable airmass.
An inland surface trough combining with an upper level jetstream is helping
trigger areas of active thunderstorms and cloud throughout central and eastern
New South Wales. Extensive middle level cloud is over central and eastern
Queensland. Thunderstorms are persisting through northeastern parts of the
Northern Territory and over the northern Kimberley region of WA.
A high pressure system to the southwest of WA is producing low level cloud along
the southern WA coast.