Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Western Australia Forecast
Issued at 4:45 am WST on Tuesday 16 November 2021
for the period until midnight WST Friday 19 November 2021.
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Weather Situation – Northern Western Australia
A trough extends from the northern Kimberley to the west Pilbara coast and into
the central Pilbara. The trough will move east over the next few days.
Weather Situation – Southern and Central Western Australia
A deep trough lies over central parts of the State and will move slowly east
over the next few days. A new ridge of high pressure will develop south of the
State during Wednesday and Thursday with a new trough developing near the west
Forecast for the rest of Tuesday 16 November
Showers and thunderstorms possible through the northwest Kimberley, western
Pilbara, Gascoyne, Goldfields, Eucla and South East Coastal district. A shower
or two possible over the southwest corner. Hot through eastern part of the
Forecast for Wednesday 17 November
Showers and storms possible from the inland Pilbara, eastern Gascoyne,
Goldfields, Eucla and south Interior and over eastern parts of the South East
Coastal district. Possible showers over the South West district. Very hot
across much of the Kimberley.
Forecast for Thursday 18 November
Showers and thunderstorms likely increasing over the Goldfields and much of the
South West Land Division, especially southern and eastern parts of the region.
Chance of showers and storms in the eastern and northern Gascoyne, the Eucla
and South Interior. Remaining very hot through the Kimberley.
Forecast for Friday 19 November
Showers and thunderstorms over the Goldfields, over southern and eastern parts
f the South West Land Division, the Interior, Goldfields and Eucla. Remaining
very hot through the Kimberley.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 4:30 pm WST Tuesday.
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