Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Western Australia Forecast
Issued at 4:45 am WST on Friday 11 September 2020
for the period until midnight WST Monday 14 September 2020.
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Weather Situation – Northern Western Australia
A broad trough lies inland from the Kimberley and Pilbara coasts and extends
into western parts of the Interior. A ridge of high pressure will develop over
southern parts of the State over the weekend and the trough will deepen over
the Interior and northeast Gascoyne.
Weather Situation – Southern and Central Western Australia
A weakening cold front is slipping southeast over the South West Land Division
during the remainder of Thursday. A ridge develops near the south coast in the
wake of the front on Friday and remains near the south coast over the weekend.
A surface trough will develop near the west coast during Sunday and Monday.
Forecast for the rest of Friday 11 September
Showers southwest of a line Bunbury to Albany. Showers possible over the
eastern parts of the South West Land Division, southern Goldfields and Eucla. A
slight chance of thunderstorms over the Eucla, southern South Interior,
southern Goldfields and adjacent parts of the South West Land Division.
Forecast for Saturday 12 September
Coastal showers possible between Cape Leeuwin and Albany. Showers possible over
the eastern parts of the South East Coastal, southern Goldfields and Eucla. A
slight chance of thunderstorms over the Eucla, southern Goldfields and adjacent
parts of the eastern South West Land Division.
Forecast for Sunday 13 September
Partly cloudy near the south coast.
Forecast for Monday 14 September
Chance of an afternoon or evening thunderstorm over western and southern parts
of the South West Land Division.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 4:30 pm WST Friday.
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