Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Western Australia

Western Australia Forecast
Issued at 4:45 am WST on Wednesday 21 September 2022
for the period until midnight WST Saturday 24 September 2022.

Warning Information
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Weather Situation – Northern Western Australia
Hot across the Kimberley. A trough over the north of the Kimberley extends
offshore from the central Pilbara coast to the far west of the Pilbara. During
today the western part of the trough will be pushed east by a cold front moving
over the southwest of the State.

Weather Situation – Southern and Central Western Australia
A cold front will move over the southwest of the State during today and into
Thursday before another ridge moves across the south of the state during
Friday. Another front approaches late Friday and moves over the southwest of
the State on Saturday.

Forecast for the rest of Wednesday 21 September
Showers southwest of Jurien Bay to Esperance. Chance of morning fog over inland
parts of the Central West and Central Wheat Belt districts and also over the
far southeast of the State.

Forecast for Thursday 22 September
Showers over most of the South West Land Division and the western Eucla. Chance
of afternoon thunderstorms over the far northern Kimberley.

Forecast for Friday 23 September
Morning coastal showers over the eastern Eucla. Showers developing during the
evening southwest of Mandurah to Albany. Chance of afternoon thunderstorms over
the far northern Kimberley. Possible morning frost over the southwestern
Central Wheat Belt and Great Southern.

Forecast for Saturday 24 September
Showers developing southwest of Shark Bay to Kalgoorlie to Forrest. Chance of
afternoon thunderstorms over the far northern Kimberley.

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

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