Northern Territory Forecast

No warnings for the Northern Territory

Forecast updated at 9:21 am CST on Sunday 29 January 2023.

Weather Situation

A trough moving across southern districts over the weekend is causing showers and thunderstorms to extend throughout the Northern Territory. this trough will slowly move northwards over the course of this week. Another trough will move across the Top End today.

Forecast for the rest of Sunday

A high chance of showers and thunderstorms. Heavy falls are possible with thunderstorms over the Daly, Gregory, Simpson and far southern Barkly Districts. Light to moderate northeast to southeast winds, tending light and variable over the Top End.

Fire Danger - Moderate in the Simpson and Lasseter Districts.

Monday 30 January

A medium to high chance of showers and thunderstorms. Heavy falls are possible with thunderstorms over the eastern Barkly, northern Simpson and northern Lasseter Districts. Light to moderate northeast to northwest winds north of Ti Tree, tending southeasterly to the south of Ti Tree.

Tuesday 31 January

Partly cloudy in the far southern Lasseter and far southern Simpson Districts. A medium to high chance of showers and thunderstorms elsewhere. Heavy falls are possible with thunderstorms over the Barkly, Tanami and southern Gregory Districts. Light to moderate northwest winds north of Barrow Creek, tending south to southeast to the south of Barrow Creek.

Wednesday 1 February

Becoming sunny south of Ti Tree. A medium to high chance of showers and thunderstorms elsewhere. Heavy falls are possible with thunderstorms over the Gregory, Carpentaria, northern Barkly and northern Tanami Districts. Light to moderate west to northwest winds north of Tennant Creek, tending south to southeast to the south of Tennant Creek.

The next routine forecast will be issued at 4:30 pm CST Sunday.

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