Weather Situation - Northern Western Australia
A new ridge of high pressure will strengthen south of the state during the next
couple of days and remain there over the weekend. A trough will lie over the
west Pilbara on Sunday and Monday.
Weather Situation - Southern and Central Western Australia
A weak trough lies over central parts of the state with a high pressure cell
moving south of the state during Thursday evening and into Friday while
strengthening. A weak low pressure system and trough will approach the west
coast later on Saturday and sit near the coast on Sunday. The trough will then
linger off the west coast on Monday.
Forecast for the rest of Thursday 4 June
Showers over the southwest district and near the coast between Walpole and
Forecast for Friday 5 June
Showers near the south coast between Denmark and Israelite Bay.
Forecast for Saturday 6 June
Showers southwest of Lancelin and Albany, most likely later in the day. The
chance of thunderstorms near the southwest Capes in the evening. Possible
morning showers about the Eucla coast.
Forecast for Sunday 7 June
Showers about coastal and adjacent inland parts between Shark Bay and Albany
and the chance of morning thunderstorms near the coast.
Forecast for Monday 8 June
Showers southwest of Busselton to Albany.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 4:45 am WST Friday.