#IDW10100 Western Australia Forecast Issued at 4:45 am WST on Friday 02 July 2021

Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Western Australia

Western Australia Forecast
Issued at 4:45 am WST on Friday 2 July 2021
for the period until midnight WST Monday 5 July 2021.

Warning Information
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Weather Situation – Northern Western Australia
A ridge of high pressure lies over southern parts of the State. A high moves
east near the south coast during Friday and Saturday. A trough will develop
through the western Pilbara on Sunday and remain near stationary on Monday as
cold fronts move through southern parts of the State.

Weather Situation – Southern and Central Western Australia
A high pressure system moves south of the State during Friday and into the
Bight on Saturday ahead of a strong cold front that moves over the southwest of
the State on Sunday. Another cold front will move over the southwest of the
State on Monday.

Forecast for the rest of Friday 2 July
Showers along the south coast and the Eucla coast, extending to the west coast
south of Jurien Bay and over the northern Great Southern district.

Forecast for Saturday 3 July
Showers southwest of a line from Bunbury to Walpole.

Forecast for Sunday 4 July
Showers and rain areas developing southwest of Shark Bay to Albany in the
morning, extending to southwest of Coral Bay to Israelite Bay by the evening.
Gusty thunderstorms and moderate falls possible about coastal and adjacent
parts between Dongara and Walpole.

Forecast for Monday 5 July
Showers southwest of Exmouth to Eyre, gradually clearing from the Pilbara and
Gascoyne during the afternoon and evening. Squally showers and thunderstorms
possible southwest of Mandurah to Hopetoun.

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

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