Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Western Australia

Western Australia Forecast
Issued at 4:45 am WST on Saturday 18 June 2022
for the period until midnight WST Tuesday 21 June 2022.

Warning Information
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Weather Situation – Northern Western Australia
A weak trough offshore from the western Pilbara and Gascoyne coasts will move
inland over the weekend. Associated cloud band extending from the southern
Pilbara to the southeast of the State will weaken from later today.

Weather Situation – Southern and Central Western Australia
A strong cold front is moving across the southwest and will progress east
across southern WA. A vigorous westerly flow will extend across southern parts
of the State in the wake of the cold front over the weekend. Meanwhile, a weak
ridge across the Interior is slowly contracting east. A new ridge of high
pressure will start to extend across the South West Land Division from later

Forecast for the rest of Saturday 18 June
Showers southwest of a line Port Hedland to Giles, more frequent across the
western Gascoyne, western Pilbara and South West Land Division. Possible
thunderstorms across southern parts of the South West Land Division, southwest
Pilbara, northwest Gascoyne, southern Goldfields and Eucla. Windy across the

Forecast for Sunday 19 June
Showers over southern Gascoyne, South Interior, Eucla and South West Land
Division, more frequent southwest of a line Kalbarri to Israelite Bay. Possible
thunderstorms near the south coast and over the Eucla District. Windy across
the south.

Forecast for Monday 20 June
Light showers about the south coast and about the west coast south of Carnarvon.

Forecast for Tuesday 21 June
Light showers southwest of a line Rockingham to Albany.

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

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