IDD10111 Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology Northern Territory Territory Forecast Issued at 5:20 pm CST on Thursday 23 May 2013 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 high over southern WA directs a cool, southeast surge across southern and central parts of the Territory. The surge will push through the Top End on Friday, contracting shower and storm activity offshore. The cool, dry and windy flow is maintained throughout the Territory over the weekend as the high moves east across the Bight. These conditions should begin to ease early next week. Forecast for Thursday Evening: North of Elliott... Isolated showers and storms over northern Top End, contracting to the north. Possible moderate to heavy falls with storms over the Top End. Mostly clear elsewhere. Light to moderate east to southeast winds. Forecast for Friday: Isolated showers and possible storms about the north coast during the morning. Cool and mostly sunny elsewhere, apart from some morning cloud in the southern Alice Springs District. Moderate to fresh and gusty southeast winds, strong over coastal waters during the morning. Fire Danger: Very High in the northwest Darwin-Daly and Barkly District, High elsewhere. Forecast for Saturday: Sunny, cool and windy throughout, apart form some cloud in the far south. Drier over the Top End. Sunday Outlook: Sunny and cool throughout, apart from very isolated showers in the northeast Top End. Monday Outlook: Mostly sunny, apart from very isolated showers in the northeast Top End. The next routine forecast will be issued at 5:00 am CST Friday.