Forecast issued at 4:45 am WST on Sunday 20 April 2014.
Northern Western Australia
A ridge remains to the south with a generally easterly flow over the next few days. A trough will move through central and eastern parts of the state during Sunday and Monday.
Southern and Central Western Australia
A deep trough is moving through central and eastern parts of the state during Sunday with a ridge of high pressure developing over the south of the state in the wake of the trough later Sunday and through Monday.
Forecast for the rest of Sunday
Isolated showers along coastal and adjacent inland parts between Busselton and Israelite Bay, extending to the remaining Southwest and the southern Great Southern districts for a period during the day. Isolated showers in the far south of the Goldfields during the morning. Isolated showers along the Central West coast developing during the evening.
Monday 21 April
Isolated showers near most coastal parts between Jurien Bay and Israelite Bay, extending to inland southern parts of the SW Land Division during the day. Isolated showers and thunderstorms possible in the far northern Kimberley.
Tuesday 22 April
Isolated showers for coastal parts between Cape Naturaliste and Bremer Bay. Isolated morning coastal showers for the Eucla.
Wednesday 23 April
Isolated showers for coastal parts between Cape Naturaliste and Bremer Bay.
The next routine forecast will be issued at 4:30 pm WST Sunday.