A LATE WARM DRY SPELL FOR THE WEST COAST OF WA.

A spell of very warm late April weather is set to grip the west coast, in response to a slow moving high pressure system bringing in dry easterly warm easterly winds.


The last of the cold fronts is sweeping into the east today, so one more day of cloud and perhaps some drizzle for the southern coastline of WA, but you too down there will be into the mid to high 20s for the weekend.





The spell of warm weather will continue into next week with another ridge building in to the region, keeping all the frontal weather at bay to the south.





Very dry air currently over the central and northern inland parts of Australia will be propelled into the region, so no rainfall is expected in the foreseeable future.





The next chance of rainfall and cooler weather that is showing up in the medium term is around May 5-6 for a good chunk of the SWLD but that is a signal and one that I will be following.



A weak front this time next week to the south of the region may bring a drier cooler southerly shift to the SWLD.


Image - Thursday temperature forecast at 2pm WST




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