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A wide trough extending from Western Australia is causing rains and storms in South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales today.

Another channel in the north is generating torrential rains over the western part of the Northern Territory and northern WA. Onshore winds are directing coastal rains over North Queensland.

In parts of New South Wales, storms are forecast to become widespread from late afternoon to evening, with some potentially becoming severe.

Temperatures are expected to reach 40 degrees in north central New South Wales from Bourke to Moree, and as high as 30 degrees in the northeast, including Grafton and Lismore. The coldest temperatures will be felt in the south.


South Australia should see a respite from the recent scorching temperatures, with the current high of 24 ° C.

Here’s your state-by-state forecast for Monday, November 23, 2020:

Brisbane will have sunny conditions with a maximum temperature of 31 ° C, with winds from the north to the northwest. Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast can expect similar conditions.

Low probability of showers and thunderstorms over the western coast of the Peninsula and the west of the Gulf country, and the probability of electrical storms over the southern interior.

Melbourne has a very high chance of rain, which will subside in the middle of the day.

Probably thunderstorms this morning, with heavy drops in the southern suburbs. The city will have a maximum temperature of 20 ° C.

A wide low-pressure channel across the state will bring isolated showers and thunderstorms to the eastern and central parts.

Sydney can expect showers, probably during this afternoon and evening, with a high of 29 ° C.

Heat is building in the interior of New South Wales as a high-pressure system slowly moves across the Tasman Sea.

It will bring temperatures well above average, particularly in the Northeast, but trending slightly above average in the South.

Low pressure over the northeast of the state will continue to move northeast to be near the extreme northeast around noon.

Adelaide will have a cloudy day with a maximum of 24 ° C and the possibility of a morning shower.

There is a small chance of showers and possible thunderstorms over Pastoral and Flinders districts northeast of approximately Coober Pedy to Yunta.

A surface channel is found over the northern parts of the country. (Supplied)

A complex low pressure system northeast of Apple Isle will move over the Tasman Sea bringing a humid and unstable climate.

Possible thunderstorms in the north central and northeast. Well elsewhere.

Hobart will have a maximum temperature of 20 ° C and cloudy conditions.

Perth will have a hot and sunny day, with a maximum of 35C. The UV index is expected to reach an extreme level of 12.

A high pressure system is located in the south of the state. Today, the height will move east toward the inlet and a trough will form on the surface near the west coast.

There will be downpours and thunderstorms over the Kimberley, the Pilbara, the central and northern interior and northern Gascoyne.

synoptic map

Australian Capital Territory

A cloudy day is coming with a very high chance of showers before they subside in the evening.

Likely morning and afternoon thunderstorm, possibly severe.

The territory will have maximum temperatures between 18 ° C and 24 ° C.

Low probability of showers and storms in the western half of the NT and in the eastern Carpentaria district.

Storms in southwestern Daly and northwestern Gregory districts can be gusty. Mostly sunny elsewhere. There is a high to very high above the south of Tanami and the north of Lasseter district.

Darwin will have a maximum temperature of 35 ° C and cloudy conditions during the day. There is the possibility of showers and thunderstorms after noon.

– Reported with Weatherzone and the Australian Bureau of Meteorology

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