#IDW10100 Western Australia Forecast Issued at 4:45 am WST on Sunday 03 October 2021

Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Western Australia

Western Australia Forecast
Issued at 4:45 am WST on Sunday 3 October 2021
for the period until midnight WST Wednesday 6 October 2021.

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Weather Situation – Northern Western Australia
A ridge is developing through central parts of the state. On Sunday and Monday
another trough will extend from the Kimberley into the Pilbara as the ridge
drifts to the southeast. On Tuesday the trough will extend through the central
Pilbara and contract into the Interior during the day. By Wednesday the trough
redevelops through the inland Kimberley to the Pilbara coast as a stronger
ridge develops over southern WA.

Weather Situation – Southern and Central Western Australia
A ridge through central parts of the state will drift towards the south coast
later on Sunday following the passage of a weak cold front over the southwest
on Sunday morning. On Monday and Tuesday a deepening trough will extend from
the Pilbara to the South East Coastal district and contract east ahead of
another cold front that crosses the southwest of the state. A ridge will then
develop near the south coast during Wednesday.

Forecast for the rest of Sunday 3 October
Showers southwest of a line Denham to Southern Cross to Israelite Bay,
contracting to the south coast during the morning and clearing for a period in
the afternoon.

Forecast for Monday 4 October
Showers extending to southwest of a line Lancelin to Bremer Bay during the day.

Forecast for Tuesday 5 October
Showers southwest of a line Kalbarri to Merredin to Eyre with mainly light
falls inland.

Forecast for Wednesday 6 October
Showers about the southern and Eucla coasts.

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

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