A low pressure trough is generating patchy middle level cloud with isolated
thunderstorm activity which extends from central WA across the Great Australian
Bight to southern Victoria.
A broad area of low pressure is producing some patchy low cloud over the NT and
some thunderstorms over the Gulf of Carpentaria. While cool onshore
southwesterly winds are producing some low cloud over southwest WA.
The remainder of the country is mostly cloudfree under the influence of a high
pressure ridge located over the east of the country.