IDW10800 Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology Western Australia Tropical Cyclone Outlook for the Western Region Issued at 1:17 pm WST on Saturday 28 March 2015 for the period until midnight WST Tuesday 31 March 2015. Existing Cyclones in the Western Region: Nil. Potential Cyclones: At 1:00pm WST Friday the remnants of ex-Tropical Cyclone Nathan were located to the north of the west Kimberley. Due to unfavourable environmental conditions the system is very unlikely to redevelop into a tropical cyclone. Although the system is not expected to redevelop, winds on the southern side of the low are forecast to be between 20 to 30 knots during Saturday and Sunday, and squally shower and thunderstorm activity is expected near the system, particularly on the southern side. On Monday heavy rainfall is forecast for the west Pilbara, west Gascoyne and adjacent offshore regions on Monday as the remaining moisture from the system moves over the region and interacts with an upper level trough. There are no other significant lows in the Western Region and none are expected to develop in the next three days. Likelihood of this system being a tropical cyclone in the Western Region on: Sunday Very Low Monday Very Low Tuesday Very Low NOTES: The likelihood is an estimate of the chance of each system being a tropical cyclone in the Region for each day. Very Low: less than 5% Moderate: 20 to 50% Low: 5% to 20% High: over 50% The Western Region refers to the Indian Ocean between Longitudes 90-125E and south of 10S.