Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Western Australia Forecast
Issued at 4:45 am WST on Tuesday 27 October 2020
for the period until midnight WST Friday 30 October 2020.
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Weather Situation – Northern Western Australia
A trough extends from the southern Kimberley through the inland Pilbara to the
Weather Situation – Southern and Central Western Australia
The surface trough through the eastern parts of the South West Land Division
will move east into the Goldfields and Eucla during today, as a weak cold front
reaches the western south coast in the evening. The trough will continue
eastwards on Wednesday as a ridge strengthens along the south coast. On
Thursday and Friday a high pressure system will move south of the State and a
new surface trough will form and deepen near the west coast.
Forecast for the rest of Tuesday 27 October
Showers and thunderstorms possible over the northern and eastern Kimberley,
northern and central parts of the Interior, far southeast Pilbara, far east
Gascoyne, and the western Goldfields. Showers about the coastal parts of the
South West district, with a light shower possible over the southern coastal
parts of the Lower West in the morning.
Forecast for Wednesday 28 October
Showers and thunderstorms possible over the central and eastern Kimberley, far
southeast Pilbara, Interior, Eucla, eastern Gascoyne and northeastern
Goldfields. Showers along the south coast.
Forecast for Thursday 29 October
Showers and thunderstorms possible over the Kimberley, Interior, northern
Gascoyne, and adjacent southern Pilbara.
Forecast for Friday 30 October
Showers and thunderstorms possible over the Kimberley, inland Gascoyne, inland
Pilbara, NW Interior, northern Goldfields, and the far northern parts of the
South West Land Division.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 4:30 pm WST Tuesday.
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