A number of upper-level troughs triggered thunderstorm activity across most of Queensland, as well as northern and eastern New South Wales, with moderate to locally heavy falls reported in some areas.
The biggest falls of rain across Australia in the past week were recorded in parts of the Kimberley, pockets of the west of the Northern Territory, and in locations in north-western Queensland.
Rainfall over the past week was recorded across northern and eastern Australia, with isolated light to moderate falls along the west coast of Western Australia.
Rainfall during the past week was recorded in the northwest and along the south coast of Western Australia, the northern half of the Northern Territory, northern and eastern Queensland and eastern New South Wales.
An active monsoon trough produced moderate to heavy falls across northern Australia during the week.
A wet week for the western half of the continent with rainfall totals between 100mm plus were recorded in the Top End, Darwin-Daly and Arnhem Land areas of the Northern Territory and the Kimberley, Pilbara, South Central and South West Land Division in Western Australia.
The biggest falls of the past week fell in the Kimberley and Top End regions, with more good falls in the southern Gascoyne, the Goldfields, central interior, Pilbara districts in Western Australia; western South Australia, central southern Victoria and north Queensland.
Moderate to heavy falls were recorded across western and northern areas of the continent as a monsoon trough tracked along the northwest coast of Western Australia.
Rain was received across most areas of Australia in the past week, with only parts of western and southern Western Australia, and western and central Queensland recording little or no rainfall.
Some big totals were recorded across large areas of northern Australia in the past week, with the biggest totals (200mm plus) registered in parts of Queensland’s central west, Gulf Country and north tropical coast.