The extensive area of cloud located off the northwest WA coast is associated
with Severe Tropical Cyclone "Marcus" (Category 3).
Thunderstorms are active near the monsoon trough which extends from northeastern
Top End to Severe Tropical Cyclone "Nora" (Category 3) located over northern
Gulf of Carpentaria and further out to the Solomon Sea.
A low pressure trough is producing isolated thunderstorms and patchy middle to
high level cloud over the eastern interior of the continent.
A high pressure ridge southeast of Tasmania is directing onshore winds and areas
of low cloud to the coast of New South Wales. Rainfall over the mid north coast
of New South Wales is enhanced by a low pressure trough near the central and
north coast of New South Wales.
A low pressure trough is moving across the Bight.