Issued 6th June 2019. An upper trough of cold air will trigger widespread instability across the Eastern half of the state on Friday and Saturday. A high pressure system will feed moisture in from the East to produce scattered showers, rain areas and possible isolated storms. The best falls are forecast through the Northern and Central inland where 20-40mm is likely. Above image: ECMWF total rainfall forecast via Windy.com

Forecast for Friday 7th June

An upper trough of cold air will generate unstable conditions across Northern and Central parts of the state. A large high over NSW will deepen the East to South East wind flow across the state with additional moisture. These two systems will produce scattered showers and rain areas along the Central Coast, Central inland and North Tropical Coast with moderate falls possible across the Northern inland. Some isolated storms through the Northern inland are also possible. Fine cloudy conditions are expected across Western and Southern districts with a few coastal showers in the South East. It will be a cool day under the cloud and rain areas across the Northern half of the state. Rainfall map available on our premium service here. 
Forecast for Saturday 8th June

An upper trough of cold air will generate unstable conditions across the Eastern half of the state. A large high in the Tasman Sea will deepen the East to South East wind flow across the Eastern half of the state with additional moisture. These two systems will produce scattered showers and rain areas along the South East Coast, Southern inland, Central Coast and Central inland during the day. Some scattered showers are likely to persist along the North Tropical Coast. Fine partly cloudy conditions are expected across Western half of the state. It will be a cool day under the cloud and rain areas across Eastern districts. Rainfall map available on our premium service here.