Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Western Australia

Western Australia Forecast
Issued at 4:45 am WST on Saturday 1 July 2023
for the period until midnight WST Tuesday 4 July 2023.

Warning Information
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Weather Situation – Northern Western Australia
An unseasonal cloud band over the Kimberley and North Interior is bringing
widespread rain today, before clearing on Sunday. A high pressure ridge to the
south is directing cool fresh southeasterly winds over the Pilbara, North
Interior and Kimberley, easing on Monday as the ridge weakens and moves

Weather Situation – Southern and Central Western Australia
A ridge and high pressure system south of the State are moving east, reaching
the Bight during Saturday. The ridge will weaken and move further east on
Sunday ahead of a moderate cold front that will reach the Southwest Capes early
Monday morning and through the South West Land Division during the day. A cold
and gusty westerly flow will follow on Tuesday.

Forecast for the rest of Saturday 1 July
Light showers near the coast east of Esperance, Eucla and adjacent southeast
South Interior. Rain and showers over the northern, central and eastern
Kimberley and northeastern parts of the Interior, slowly contracting east
during the day. Chance of morning frost over the inland South West Land
Division, west and north Goldfields and far southeast Gascoyne. Windy morning
over the north of the State.

Forecast for Sunday 2 July
Light showers possible about the eastern Eucla coast. Light showers clearing
over the northeast Kimberley in the morning. Showers developing about the
Southwest Capes in the evening. Chance of morning frost over the eastern
Central Wheat Belt, western and northern Goldfields, eastern Gascoyne and South
Interior. Windy morning over the north of the State.

Forecast for Monday 3 July
Showers southwest of a line Jurien Bay to Katanning to Bremer Bay, extending
north and east through remaining parts of the South West Land Division during
the day and reaching far southwestern parts of the Gascoyne and Goldfields by
evening. Chance of thunderstorms southwest of Mandurah to Walpole. Chance of
morning frost over the north Goldfields, eastern Gascoyne and South Interior.

Forecast for Tuesday 4 July
Showers over the South West Land Division west and south Gascoyne, Goldfields
and western Eucla. Showers most frequent about the west and south coasts with
gusty winds. Possible hail south of Margaret River to Hopetoun. Chance of
morning frost over the northeast Gascoyne and northern South Interior.

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

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