Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Western Australia Forecast
Issued at 4:45 am WST on Wednesday 20 July 2022
for the period until midnight WST Saturday 23 July 2022.
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Weather Situation – Northern Western Australia
A ridge will maintain dry, slightly cooler east to southeasterly winds in the
Weather Situation – Southern and Central Western Australia
A strong cold front will approach the west coast late on Wednesday and move
across the South West Land Division, southwest Goldfields and western Eucla on
Thursday. The front will then weaken over the southern Gascoyne, remaining
Goldfields and Eucla on Friday. Another but weak cold front brushes the
southwest coast of the State Friday morning while a stronger cold front moves
over the South West Land Division during Saturday.
Forecast for the rest of Wednesday 20 July
Isolated light showers through the South West Land Division, increasing and
tending to rain about the SW Capes late evening. Chance of morning frost over
the eastern Goldfields. Chance of morning fog over the southeast Goldfields and
far eastern South East Coastal district.
Forecast for Thursday 21 July
Rain and showers across the South West Land Division, Goldfields, southwest
Gascoyne and Eucla. Chance of morning fog over the northwest Gascoyne and
Forecast for Friday 22 July
Showers over the South West Land Division, Gascoyne, Goldfields, Eucla and
South Interior. Chance of morning fog over the inland northern and central
South West Land Division and western Pilbara.
Forecast for Saturday 23 July
Showers over the South West Land Division, southern Gascoyne and southwest
Goldfields. Chance of showers over the remaining Goldfields, South Interior and
Eucla. Chance of morning fog over the Eucla.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 4:30 pm WST Wednesday.
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