IDW10100 Western Australia Forecast

IDW10100
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Western Australia

Western Australia Forecast
Issued at 4:45 am WST on Friday 28 August 2020
for the period until midnight WST Monday 31 August 2020.

Warning Information
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Weather Situation – Northern Western Australia
A broad trough extends from the western Kimberley through to near the Pilbara
coast and to central parts of the State. Hot conditions continuing.

Weather Situation – Southern and Central Western Australia
A cold front will move over southwestern parts of the South West Land Division
during Friday afternoon and evening, extending across the south coast on
Saturday as a ridge builds over the southwest. The ridge will develop along the
south coast on Sunday with a high pressure system moving into the Bight. A
surface trough near the west coast will move inland during Monday as a strong
cold front approaches the southwest.

Forecast for the rest of Friday 28 August
Showers developing about the Southwest district during the day, extending to a
line southwest of Jurien Bay to Bremer Bay by midnight. Only light falls
expected to penetrate to inland parts.

Forecast for Saturday 29 August
Showers southwest of a line from Jurien Bay to Ravensthorpe to Israelite Bay,
contracting to the south coast during the early morning and easing during the
day.

Forecast for Sunday 30 August
Clear conditions over most parts.

Forecast for Monday 31 August
Showers developing southwest of a line from Jurien Bay to Bremer Bay. Possible
thunderstorms in the South West district.

The next routine forecast will be issued at 4:30 pm WST Friday.

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