QLD: In the stronger red shaded area in central and southern QLD as well as eastern NSW and parts of the ACT, a scattering of storms is likely with the main peak in the afternoon. In some areas, storms may not develop until overnight tonight. Some of the storms in the inland lower east of QLD and the upper east of NSW are likely to become severe with damaging winds, large hail and short bursts of heavy rainfall.
In the stronger red shaded area in the northwestern NT and the Gulf coast in QLD, scattered storms are likely during the day and evening. In the adjacent fainter red shaded area in the remainder of northern Australia, there is the outside chance of storms. Gusty winds are possible with some storms.

In the fainter red shaded zone from the eastern and northern interior of WA, across western and northern SA, the far southern NT, southwest QLD and far northwest NSW, more localised non-severe storm activity is possible during the day and evening. In the stronger red shaded area in the central and southern interior of WA, more numerous but non-severe storms are likely.

Severe heatwave conditions will occur in part of inland northwest QLD.

NSW: In the stronger red shaded area in central and southern QLD as well as eastern NSW and parts of the ACT, a scattering of storms is likely with the main peak in the afternoon. In some areas, storms may not develop until overnight tonight. Some of the storms in the inland lower east of QLD and the upper east of NSW are likely to become severe with damaging winds, large hail and short bursts of heavy rainfall.
In the fainter red shaded zone from the eastern and northern interior of WA, across western and northern SA, the far southern NT, southwest QLD and far northwest NSW, more localised non-severe storm activity is possible during the day and evening. In the stronger red shaded area in the central and southern interior of WA, more numerous but non-severe storms are likely.

TAS: This morning, some snowfalls are likely on elevated ground in southern and central TAS before easing in the afternoon.

SA: In the fainter red shaded zone from the eastern and northern interior of WA, across western and northern SA, the far southern NT, southwest QLD and far northwest NSW, more localised non-severe storm activity is possible during the day and evening. In the stronger red shaded area in the central and southern interior of WA, more numerous but non-severe storms are likely.

NT: In the fainter red shaded zone from the eastern and northern interior of WA, across western and northern SA, the far southern NT, southwest QLD and far northwest NSW, more localised non-severe storm activity is possible during the day and evening.

In the stronger red shaded area in the northwestern NT and the Gulf coast in QLD, scattered storms are likely during the day and evening. In the adjacent fainter red shaded area in the remainder of northern Australia, there is the outside chance of storms. Gusty winds are possible with some storms. In the stronger red shaded area in the central and southern interior of WA, more numerous but non-severe storms are likely.

Severe to extreme heatwave conditions will be present in some northern parts of WA and the NT.

WA: In the fainter red shaded zone from the eastern and northern interior of WA, across western and northern SA, the far southern NT, southwest QLD and far northwest NSW, more localised non-severe storm activity is possible during the day and evening.

In the stronger red shaded area in the northwestern NT and the Gulf coast in QLD, scattered storms are likely during the day and evening. In the adjacent fainter red shaded area in the remainder of northern Australia, there is the outside chance of storms. Gusty winds are possible with some storms. In the stronger red shaded area in the central and southern interior of WA, more numerous but non-severe storms are likely.

Significantly elevated fire danger will be present in some western and interior parts of the state.

Severe to extreme heatwave conditions will be present in some northern parts of WA and the NT.

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