Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Western Australia Forecast
Issued at 4:45 am WST on Sunday 11 June 2023
for the period until midnight WST Wednesday 14 June 2023.
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Weather Situation – Northern Western Australia
A cloud band extends over the north and east Interior and will gradually
contract eastward today. A weak trough over northern parts will be pushed
northeast as a new high pressure system moves through southern WA during Monday
and Tuesday, bringing a return to dry southeasterly winds for most of the
Pilbara, North Interior and Kimberley.
Weather Situation – Southern and Central Western Australia
A cold front will cross the South West Land Division today while a high
pressure ridge will build eastward across southern and central WA in the wake
of the front, before the next cold front reaches the South West Capes on
Forecast for the rest of Sunday 11 June
Showers over the South West Land Division, southern Gascoyne, and southern and
central Goldfields, extending east into the western and central Eucla during
the day. Showers over the South West Land Division easing and mostly
contracting to the Lower West, and southern districts during the afternoon.
Showers from a cloud band contracting out of the far eastern Interior during
the day. Possible morning frost over the southeast Gascoyne, northern
Goldfields and South Interior. Possible morning fog over northwest Central
Wheat Belt, inland Central West and adjacent western Gascoyne. Large swells and
hazardous surf developing about the south coast.
Forecast for Monday 12 June
Showers over the mainly coastal parts of the Lower West, South West, South
Coastal and South East Coastal districts. Chance of showers near the Eucla
coast. Areas of morning frost over the far southern Gascoyne, western
Goldfields and Central Wheat Belt. Possible morning fog through the inland
Central West, northwest Central Wheat Belt and southwestern Gascoyne. Large
swells and hazardous surf about the south coast.
Forecast for Tuesday 13 June
Showers south and west of a line from Jurien Bay to Bremer Bay, increasing
southwest of Busselton to Albany later in the day. Possible morning fog through
southwestern Central Wheat Belt and Great Southern. Morning frost for the
eastern Great Southern, Central Wheat Belt, inland Central West, southern
Gascoyne, Goldfields, and South Interior. Possible light showers from a cloud
band over the west and central Pilbara.
Forecast for Wednesday 14 June
Showers southwest of a line Kalbarri to Salmon Gums to Israelite Bay, easing
over the South West district and adjacent parts during the morning and becoming
mostly confined to coastal parts south of Jurien Bay and along the south coast
by evening. Morning frost for the north and east Central Wheat Belt, inland
Central West, southern Gascoyne, Goldfields, and South Interior. Possible light
showers from a cloud band over the east and central Pilbara.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 4:30 pm WST Sunday.
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