QLD: Showers and occasional rain areas with heavy falls in some areas are likely during the day and evening in lower eastern interior and some southeastern parts of QLD as well as northeast NSW. On average, 24 hour totals of 40 to 100mm are likely but some places may receive localised falls closer to 150mm or higher. This rain falling on wet catchments is likely to increase the risk of flash flooding and river flooding in these areas.

A scattering of storms is likely during the day and evening in large parts of eastern and far northern Australia. Bursts of intense rainfall with local flash flooding will be the main threat with severe storms in central and inland southern QLD as well as the northern interior of NSW. Locally damaging winds are also possible with severe storms in these areas as is localised large hail in the southern interior of QLD. The remainder of storm activity in the broader areas of storm potential is likely to be non-severe.

NSW: Showers and occasional rain areas with heavy falls in some areas are likely during the day and evening in lower eastern interior and some southeastern parts of QLD as well as northeast NSW. On average, 24 hour totals of 40 to 100mm are likely but some places may receive localised falls closer to 150mm or higher. This rain falling on wet catchments is likely to increase the risk of flash flooding and river flooding in these areas.

A scattering of storms is likely during the day and evening in large parts of eastern and far northern Australia. Bursts of intense rainfall with local flash flooding will be the main threat with severe storms in central and inland southern QLD as well as the northern interior of NSW. Locally damaging winds are also possible with severe storms in these areas as is localised large hail in the southern interior of QLD. The remainder of storm activity in the broader areas of storm potential is likely to be non-severe.

VIC: A scattering of storms is likely during the day and evening in large parts of eastern and far northern Australia. Bursts of intense rainfall with local flash flooding will be the main threat with severe storms in central and inland southern QLD as well as the northern interior of NSW. Locally damaging winds are also possible with severe storms in these areas as is localised large hail in the southern interior of QLD. The remainder of storm activity in the broader areas of storm potential is likely to be non-severe.

SA: A scattering of storms is likely during the day and evening in large parts of eastern and far northern Australia. Bursts of intense rainfall with local flash flooding will be the main threat with severe storms in central and inland southern QLD as well as the northern interior of NSW. Locally damaging winds are also possible with severe storms in these areas as is localised large hail in the southern interior of QLD. The remainder of storm activity in the broader areas of storm potential is likely to be non-severe.

NT: A scattering of storms is likely during the day and evening in large parts of eastern and far northern Australia. Bursts of intense rainfall with local flash flooding will be the main threat with severe storms in central and inland southern QLD as well as the northern interior of NSW. Locally damaging winds are also possible with severe storms in these areas as is localised large hail in the southern interior of QLD. The remainder of storm activity in the broader areas of storm potential is likely to be non-severe.
Severe to locally extreme heatwave conditions will occur in the eastern Kimberleys in WA and some northern parts of the NT.

WA: Significantly elevated fire danger will be present in northwestern and some southern-central interior parts of WA.
The slight chance of a non-severe storm or two exists during the day and evening in the southwestern Kimberley district.
Severe to locally extreme heatwave conditions will occur in the eastern Kimberleys in WA and some northern parts of the NT.

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