A series of cold fronts and low pressure systems tracked across southwest Western Australia, generating moderate falls. Cold fronts also produced moderate falls in southeastern Australia.
A series of cold fronts delivered rain across southern Australia throughout the week, including thunderstorms in the southeast at the end of week.
Surface troughs and embedded low pressure systems brought moderate falls to southeastern Australia, while an extensive cloudband produced moderate falls through central parts of the Northern Territory, and western, central and southern Queensland.
An extensive cloudband produced moderate falls in southeastern Australia and southern Queensland, while a series of rain-bearing cold fronts swept across southern Australia during the second half of the week.
A low pressure system produced widespread rainfall over southwest Western Australia, while cold fronts produced moderate to heavy rainfall in western and northern Tasmania.
Low pressure troughs and an associated cloudband produced moderate rainfall in coastal areas of Western Australia, while moist onshore flow produced moderate rainfall in coastal areas of Queensland and New South Wales.
A low produced moderate rainfall between central coast New South Wales and far eastern Victoria at the beginning of the week and rainfall in northeast New South Wales and southeast Queensland throughout the remainder of the week.
Apart from parts of Tasmania, southern Victoria and the far northern Queensland coast, most of Australia recorded little rain in the past week.
A vigorous cold front and low pressure system produced showers and storms in southeastern Australia, bringing moderate rainfall totals, while a series of weak cold fronts brushed the southern coastline, producing mostly light rainfall.
A low pressure system brought falls of 25 mm to a band of inland stretching from western Queensland to Victoria and South Australia.