Northern Territory Forecast

No warnings for the Northern Territory

Forecast issued at 5:00 am CST on Wednesday 1 April 2015.

Weather Situation

Showers and storms in the north remaining isolated as a "break period" continues. Winds tend warmer northeasterly in the south during the week as a high strengthens in the Tasman Sea. Generally warm to hot conditions until next week across much of the Territory due to mostly sunny, drier conditions.

Forecast for the rest of Wednesday

A slight to medium chance of showers and gusty storms north of Elliott and in the northeast Barkly District, mainly in the afternoon and evening. Cloudy areas with a slight chance of afternoon and evening showers over the southwest Lasseter. Mostly sunny and dry elsewhere. Generally warm to hot throughout. Light to moderate northeast to southeast winds, fresh and gusty over central parts during the morning. Winds tending fresh southerly in the southwest Lasseter District during the evening.

Fire Danger - Low to Moderate throughout.

Thursday 2 April

A slight to medium chance of showers and gusty storms over the Top End, Carpentaria, northern Gregory and northern Barkly Districts, mainly in the afternoon and evening. Cloudy areas with a slight chance of showers over the southern Lasseter District. Mostly sunny and dry elsewhere. Generally warm to hot throughout. Light to moderate northeast to southeast winds.

Friday 3 April

A slight to medium chance of showers and storms north of Elliott, mainly in the afternoon and evening. Cloudy areas with a slight chance of showers over the southwest Lasseter District. Mostly sunny and dry elsewhere. Generally warm to hot throughout. Light to moderate northeast to southeast winds, fresh at time during the morning south of Tennant Creek.

Saturday 4 April

A slight to medium chance of showers and storms over the Top End, coastal parts of the Carpentaria District and northwest Gregory District, mainly in the afternoon and evening. Cloudy areas with a slight chance of afternoon showers over the Lasseter District. Mostly sunny and dry elsewhere. Generally warm to hot throughout. Light to moderate northeast to southeast winds, fresh at time during the day south of Tennant Creek.

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

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