A LOW pressure trough brought humid and unstable air to coastal New South Wales and south-eastern Queensland, with showers and thunderstorms resulting in weekly rainfall totals of 25-100 mm and locally higher totals along New South Wales southern coast.
Weekly rainfall totals of 25-50mm were recorded in the northern Kimberley of Western Australia and adjoining areas of the Northern Territory from storms overnight on 6 November.
Isolated weekly rainfall totals of 10-25mm were recorded in other parts of northern Australia from storm activity.
Weekly rainfall totals of 10-25mm were recorded in western Tasmania and parts of southern Victoria from the passage of a cold front at the start of the week.
Little to no rainfall was recorded during the week elsewhere in southern Australia.
The highest weekly total at a Bureau of Meteorology gauge)was 183.2mm at Bellambi (New South Wales), including the highest daily total of 154.8mm in the 24 hours to 9am 5 November.