Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Western Australia Forecast
Issued at 4:45 am WST on Tuesday 4 July 2023
for the period until midnight WST Friday 7 July 2023.
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Weather Situation – Northern Western Australia
A high pressure ridge to the south is weakening and will continue to move away
to the east Tuesday. A new ridge will develop over the Gascoyne on Wednesday
and returning cool east to southeast winds this week.
Weather Situation – Southern and Central Western Australia
A moderate cold front moved through the South West Land Division overnight. On
Wednesday the remnants of the cold front will continue to move east over
southeastern parts of the state. A cold and gusty, showery westerly flow will
then continue across the south for the remainder of the week. Meanwhile, a
ridge developing through the Gascoyne on Wednesday will slowly move south
towards the end of the week with showery and windy conditions easing.
Forecast for the rest of Tuesday 4 July
Showers over the South West Land Division, western and southern Gascoyne,
Goldfields, Cape Range in the Pilbara and western Eucla. Showers more frequent
about the west and south coasts with gusty winds. Chance of gusty thunderstorms
southwest of Mandurah to Narrogin to Albany. Possible hail about the southwest
coast. Chance of morning frost over the northeast Gascoyne, far southeast
Pilbara and northern South Interior. Windy in the south. Large swells and
hazardous surf developing about the west and south coasts.
Forecast for Wednesday 5 July
Showers over the South West Land Division, southern and coastal Gascoyne,
Goldfields and southern Eucla. Showers more frequent about the south coast with
gusty winds and clearing from inland parts by evening. Chance of gusty
thunderstorms about the south coast between Windy Harbour and Israelite Bay.
Possible hail south of Harvey to Narrogin to Ravensthorpe. Windy in the south.
Large swells and hazardous surf about the west and south coasts.
Forecast for Thursday 6 July
Showers, mostly coastal, over the South West Land Division, far southwest
Gascoyne, southwest Goldfield and southern Eucla. Light falls. Chance of
morning frost over inland Gascoyne, Central Wheat Belt, northern Great
Southern, and north and west Goldfields.
Forecast for Friday 7 July
Showers, mostly coastal, over the South West Land Division and adjacent
southwest Goldfields. Light falls. Chance of morning frost over inland
Gascoyne, northern Central Wheat Belt, northern Goldfields and south Interior.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 4:30 pm WST Tuesday.
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