Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Western Australia Forecast
Issued at 4:45 am WST on Tuesday 1 September 2020
for the period until midnight WST Friday 4 September 2020.
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Weather Situation – Northern Western Australia
A broad trough extends from the western Kimberley through to near the Pilbara
coast. The trough will move through the Pilbara and North Interior during
Tuesday and Wednesday. A new ridge will develop through central parts of the
State by Wednesday. Hot conditions continuing.
Weather Situation – Southern and Central Western Australia
A low pressure trough push eastwards through the Interior of WA whilst a
vigorous cold front moves across southern parts on Tuesday, with a pool of cold
air following in its wake. A ridge will develop over the central west coast in
the wake of the front, with a second weaker front brushing southern parts on
Wednesday. The ridge then strengthens and pushes further south on Thursday.
Forecast for the rest of Tuesday 1 September
Gusty showers through the South West Land Division extending to the southern
Gascoyne, Goldfields and Eucla during the day. Squally thunderstorms and small
hail possible south of a line from Perth to Israelite Bay. Areas of raised dust
associated with strong and gusty winds over the South Interior and the adjacent
Forecast for Wednesday 2 September
Showers over the South West Land Division and the far southern Goldfields.
Gusty thunderstorms and small hail possible about the south coast.
Forecast for Thursday 3 September
Showers about southern districts of the South West Land Division, mainly about
Forecast for Friday 4 September
Showers about the South West district and adjacent parts of the Lower West,
Great Southern and South Coastal districts.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 4:30 pm WST Tuesday.
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