Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Weather Situation – Northern Western Australia
A broad low pressure trough extends through the Kimberley and Pilbara and into
the North Interior. The trough will move very little over the coming days.
Weather Situation – Southern and Central Western Australia
A high pressure system lies southeast of the State and broad trough lies west
of the State. The trough will remain near stationary before moving east and
inland from the west coast during Thursday and further inland on Friday. A weak
cold front will brush the southwest of the State late Saturday before a new
ridge develops over the south of the State on Sunday.
Forecast for the rest of Wednesday 25 March
Showers and thunderstorms over the north Kimberley, Gascoyne and northern parts
of the Central West district. Slight risk of a shower or thunderstorms over
southern parts of the Central West, Lower West and adjacent parts of the Great
Southern and Central Wheat Belt.
Forecast for Thursday 26 March
Showers and thunderstorms over the Kimberley, northwest Interior, Gascoyne and
western parts of the South West Land Division.
Forecast for Friday 27 March
Showers and thunderstorms about coastal parts of the Kimberley. Possible
showers and thunderstorms over the western Goldfields and adjacent Central
Wheat Belt. Slight risk of a shower of thunderstorm over South West, Great
Southern, South Coastal and South East Coastal.\
Forecast for Saturday 28 March
Showers southwest of a line Lancelin to Kojonup to Esperance, very light falls
anticipated. The chance of thunderstorms over the northwest Kimberley coast.
Forecast for Sunday 29 March
The chance of thunderstorms over the northwest Kimberley coast. Light showers
along the south coast between Cape Leeuwin and Albany.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 4:45 am WST Thursday.
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