A cloudband produced moderate falls from central to southeast Australia, and surface troughs resulted in moderate falls across the west, central and east of Australia.
Broad surface troughs produced showers and thunderstorms in central, northern and eastern Australia, while a cold front and pre-frontal trough brought moderate falls to parts of southeast Australia. The highest weekly total was 110 mm at Byfield Childs Road in central Queensland.
Broad surface troughs produced showers and thunderstorms in central Australia and the east coast, while cold fronts brought moderate falls to western Tasmania.
Broad surface troughs across northern and eastern Australia produced moderate falls during the week, while cold fronts brought further falls to southeastern Australia.
A persistent surface trough and onshore flow brought moderate falls to southeastern Queensland and northeastern New South Wales, while troughs and a cold front tracked across southwest Western Australia throughout the week, producing moderate falls in the southwest and southern coasts of the State.
Welcome rain over the past week in parts of New South Wales experiencing rainfall deficiencies, while low pressure systems and associated troughs produced rainfall for southwest and southeast Australia.
A series of surface level troughs produced moderate falls and thunderstorms across southeast Queensland and northeast New South Wales, while complex low pressure systems in southern Western Australia generated moderate falls along the west and south coasts and southern Goldfields District.
Rainfall was generally restricted to coastal areas of the east and south of the country, and Tasmania. Cold fronts and onshore flow produced moderate falls in western Tasmania, southern VIC, and the north coast of NSW, while isolated thunderstorms brought light falls in the Kimberley in WA and the NT’s southwest.
A cold front and associated low pressure system produced moderate falls in southern Western Australia and southwest South Australia early in the week, while a low pressure system and trough produced moderate falls in parts of southern Queensland and eastern New South Wales.
A series of cold fronts tracked across southern Australia, producing moderate falls in southwest and southeastern Australia. Heavy falls were recorded across western Tasmania, due to vigorous cold fronts and associated low pressure systems.