Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Western Australia Forecast
Issued at 4:45 am WST on Saturday 4 September 2021
for the period until midnight WST Tuesday 7 September 2021.
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Weather Situation – Northern Western Australia
A broad trough lies near the Pilbara coast and across the Kimberley and will
move northwards and offshore over the next couple of days as a new ridge of
high pressure develops over southern parts of the State. The ridge will
strengthen during the weekend as a high moves into the Bight.
Weather Situation – Southern and Central Western Australia
A ridge of high pressure is developing over southern parts of the State and
will strengthen further during the weekend before moving into the Bight.
Forecast for the rest of Saturday 4 September
Showers southwest of Mandurah to Bremer Bay and along the remaining south
coast. Chance of showers and thunderstorms over the eastern Kimberley and
northeast Interior. Widespread morning frost or fog over the inland South West
Land Division, southeast Gascoyne, southern Goldfields, Eucla and the adjacent
Forecast for Sunday 5 September
Showers over the northern and eastern Kimberley with the chance of a
thunderstorm near the north coast. Showers possible over the south coast west
of Albany. Morning frost areas over the Central Wheat Belt, Great Southern,
South East Coastal, southeastern Interior, southern Goldfields and the inland
Forecast for Monday 6 September
Chance of a shower near the north Kimberley coast. Morning frost over the South
East Coastal, southeast Goldfields and Eucla.
Forecast for Tuesday 7 September
The next routine forecast will be issued at 4:30 pm WST Saturday.
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