Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Western Australia

Western Australia Forecast
Issued at 4:45 am WST on Saturday 15 June 2024
for the period until midnight WST Tuesday 18 June 2024.

Warning Information
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Weather Situation – Northern Western Australia
A weak trough lies near the west Pilbara coast, with an associated cloud band
expected to deepen over the area tonight and tomorrow. Meanwhile, a weak high
over central Australia extends a ridge through the remainder of northern WA
with the ridge expected to maintain mostly light winds and clear skies through
the weekend.

Weather Situation – Southern and Central Western Australia
A cloud band extending through the Gascoyne and Goldfields will drift southward
into the South East Coastal District today. The cloud band is expected to
deepen off the North West of the State and could produce heavy rainfall over
parts of the Gascoyne on Sunday and Monday. Elsewhere, a ridge over southern WA
will weaken today as a cold front approaches the South West of the State. The
front will pass through the region early Sunday, contracting away into the
Southern Ocean later in the day. Another cold front will move across the south
coast during Tuesday.

Forecast for the rest of Saturday 15 June
Possible light showers extending from the far southwest Pilbara into the
Gascoyne. Showers or light rain associated with a cloud band through the
eastern Wheat Belt, southern Goldfields, South East Coastal District and
western Eucla. Possible showers south and west of a line from Geraldton to
Albany, most likely about the South West. Slight chance of a thunderstorm about
the South West Capes. Possible early fog in the west Kimberley, inland Central
West, northern Wheat Belt, southern and western Gascoyne and Eucla.

Forecast for Sunday 16 June
Rain and the chance of a thunderstorm from a cloud band over the west Pilbara
and Gascoyne. Possible heavy rainfall in the northwestern part of the Gascoyne.
Showers possible through much of the South West Land Division, most widespread
about the South West, Lower West and South Coastal District. Chance of a
thunderstorm in the South West.

Forecast for Monday 17 June
A cloud band will bring continued areas of rain from the west Pilbara into the
Gascoyne and Goldfields. Possible heavy falls through the northwest Gascoyne.
Possible showers through the South West Land Division and Eucla, most likely
about the coast and adjacent inland parts. Areas of early fog through the
inland south-central South West Land Division.

Forecast for Tuesday 18 June
Showers or areas of rain extending from the west Pilbara and northern and
eastern Gascoyne into the Goldfields, Eucla and southern and western South
Interior. Showers in the South West Land Division, less likely over the inland
Central West, Central Wheat Belt and northern Great Southern.

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

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