IDD10111 Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology Northern Territory Territory Forecast Issued at 5:00 am CST on Thursday 2 October 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 high over the Coral Sea extends a ridge along the Queensland coast and directs a mainly dry easterly flow over northern parts of the Territory. A strong high moving through the Bight will maintain the windy conditions over the south of the Alice Springs District for another day or so. Temperatures will rise again in the south during the weekend as winds tend northerly ahead of the next trough approaching from the west. This trough will move through southern parts late on Monday, bringing a windy, cooler southerly change. Forecast for Thursday: Mostly sunny throughout apart from very isolated morning fog patches near the Gulf Country coast. Light to moderate southeast to northeast winds, fresh and gusty south of Elliott during the day. Fire Danger: Severe over the northwest Darwin-Daly District, Very High elsewhere north of Daly Waters and High over the remainder. Forecast for Friday: Western Alice Springs District... Areas of cloud developing. Moderate north to northwest winds, fresh at times during the morning. Remainder... Mostly sunny. Moderate easterly winds. Saturday Outlook: Mostly sunny throughout apart from cloudy areas over the Alice Springs District. Sunday Outlook: Mostly sunny throughout apart from cloudy areas over the Alice Springs District and southern Victoria River District. The next routine forecast will be issued at 5:00 pm CST Thursday.