Central Eastern Australia has returned to mostly clear skies but there’s a a deepening low in the Gulf expected to become a cyclone in the coming days.
Western Australia has seen an increase in clouds, rain and storms.
The low will move across the southern Tasman quickly as the swell sweeps up the coast tonight.
Southerly winds will allow cooler air to move north across the region.
Along the coast, cloud will increase and showers will begin to form.
Inland will be mostly fine and calm, almost Autumn like.
Isolated showers will begin to develop in coastal areas from tomorrow.
West of the Great Dividing Range will remain fine as the dry weather returns.