IDD10111 Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology Northern Territory Territory Forecast Issued at 5:00 pm CST on Wednesday 27 August 2014 Warning Summary For the latest warnings for the Northern Territory, please check the Bureau's web site at www.bom.gov.au/nt/warnings/. Current Weather Summary and Future Developments: A strong ridge of high pressure across southern Australia and a deepening Low in the Tasman Sea are causing a dry southeast flow across the Territory, maintaining sunny conditions throughout. The fresh and dry southeast flow in the north is expected to gradually ease over the weekend. Becoming a little warmer in the Alice Springs District on the weekend as the winds tend northerly ahead of an approaching trough from the west. Forecast for Wednesday Evening: Clear throughout. Light to moderate east to southeast winds, fresh at times about the north and east coasts. Forecast for Thursday: Sunny and dry throughout. Moderate east to southeast winds, fresh and gusty at times over central and northern parts. Fire Danger: Severe over the Darwin-Daly District, reaching Extreme in the northwest. High to Very High elsewhere north of the Alice Springs District. Forecast for Friday: Sunny and dry throughout. Windy in the north. Saturday Outlook: Sunny throughout, apart from morning fog patches over the eastern Top End. Sunday Outlook: Sunny throughout, apart from morning fog patches over the eastern Top End and Gulf country. The next routine forecast will be issued at 5:00 am CST Thursday.