Gunns Gully Weather

NSW Satellite

NSW satellite

High cloud spreading across western NSW ahead of a cold front is not producing rain. Strong surface winds ahead of the system are raising dust in the west. Patchy cloud in the east in onshore winds is bringing the odd light shower, mostly along the coast and in the northeast.

NSW Satellite

NSW satellite

High cloud spreading across western NSW ahead of a cold front is not producing rain. Strong surface winds ahead of the system are raising dust in the west. Patchy cloud in the east in onshore winds is bringing the odd light shower, mostly along the coast and in the northeast.

NT Satellite

NT satellite

patchy cloud over western parts of the NT with a low pressure trough may bring the odd, light shower. Cloud in the northeast in unstable onshore winds is not producing rain. Thick cloud in the south with a cold front could bring showers in the far south later.

QLD Satellite

QLD satellite

Cloud over southeastern QLD, the Cape York Peninsula and tropical coast in onshore winds is bringing the odd light shower. High cloud spreading from the southwest ahead of a cold front is not producing rainfall. Clear elsewhere under high pressure.

SA Satellite

SA satellite

Cloud crossing central, southern and eastern parts of SA with a trough and cold front is bringing patchy but widespread rain, heaviest over coastal districts. Patchy cloud in the west with cold air in the wake of the front may bring the odd light showers later.

TAS Satellite

TAS satellite

High cloud spreading across TAS ahead of a cold front is not producing rain. Low cloud increasing from the west with a cold front and onshore winds will bring light showers overnight, mainly in the western and northern parts of the state.

VIC Satellite

VIC satellite

High cloud moving over central VIC ahead of a cold front is not producing any rain. Thick cloud moving into western parts with a cold front should bring light showers later, spreading to central parts overnight. Skies are clearer over the east under high pressure.

WA Satellite

WA satellite

A band of high cloud from central-western to eastern WA associated with strong jetstream winds is not producing rain. Patchy cloud across the southern parts of the state with onshore winds in the wake of a cold front is bringing the odd light showers, mainly in the southwest.

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