Northern Territory Forecast

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Forecast issued at 4:30 pm CST on Wednesday 29 July 2015.

Weather Situation

A strong high moving across southeastern Australia is directing a dry southeast flow over the Territory. Winds easing throughout and tending northerly in the south later in the week as the high moves into the Tasman Sea and weakens. Generally sunny and cool throughout over the next few days, apart from a slight chance of showers about the northeast coast. Becoming warmer in the south later in the week as a trough approaches from the west.

Forecast for the rest of Wednesday

Clear apart from a slight chance of a shower about the northeast coast. Moderate east to southeast winds.

Thursday 30 July

Sunny and mostly dry apart from a slight chance of a shower about the northeast coast. Becoming warmer in the south. Light to moderate east to southeast winds.

Fire Danger - Severe over Darwin and Adelaide River northwest Daly District. High to very high over North of Barkly and Tanami districts.

Friday 31 July

Sunny and mostly dry apart from a slight chance of a shower about the northeast coast. Becoming warmer in the south. Light to moderate east to southeast winds.

Saturday 1 August

Sunny and mostly dry apart from a slight chance of a shower about the northeast coast. Warm in the south. Light to moderate east to southeast winds tending northerly over the Tanami and Lasseter districts during the day.

Sunday 2 August

Sunny and mostly dry apart from a slight chance of a shower about the northeast coast. Warm in the south before cooler change later in the day . Light to moderate southeast winds tending northeast over central parts ahead of a trough moving from southeast of the NT with moderate to fresh southeast winds behind the trough.

The next routine forecast will be issued at 5:00 am CST Thursday.

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