NT: Scattered showers and thunderstorms are likely across northern WA extending into large parts of the NT. In coastal areas, locally heavy falls are possible as well as localised damaging wind gusts. Further inland, higher based storms are likely which will bring little if any significant rain, however frequent lightning and localised damaging winds are a risk.

WA: Scattered showers and thunderstorms are likely across northern WA extending into large parts of the NT. In coastal areas, locally heavy falls are possible as well as localised damaging wind gusts. Further inland, higher based storms are likely which will bring litte if any significant rain, however frequent lightning and localised damaging winds are a risk. Isolated and high based thunderstorms are likely about parts of the Gascoyne and Pilbara this afternoon and evening. Little if any rain is expected, however localised damaging winds are possible. Very hot and dry conditions and moderate and gusty winds will cause SEVERE Fire Danger over some central and northern parts of the state today.

SA: Isolated and high based thunderstorms are likely about parts of northern SA this afternoon and evening. Little if any rain is expected, however localised damaging winds are possible.

VIC: A few non-severe storms are likely across central parts of the state this afternoon and evening. Briefly localised heavy rainfall is possible. Storms will dissipate in the evening.

NSW: A broad trough will trigger showers and thunderstorms across inland areas of the state. These will be most widespead over the Upper Western, where severe storms are also possible due to stronger wind shear. Heavy rainfall, damaging winds and localised large hail are risks. A few storms may develop about central east parts of the state on Tuesday morning.

QLD: A broad trough will trigger showers and thunderstorms across inland QLD, with more isolated and weaker activity extending to just inland from the coast (mainly about the ranges). Storms will be most frequent about inland areas, where localised heavy rain is possible with some places seeing up to 50mm. From Longreach and south, one or two storms may also contain damaging winds and large hail where wind shear is stronger.

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