Australia Storms and rain on the way to kick off the weekend

01:30  17 october  2020
01:30  17 october  2020 Source:   9news.com.au

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It's a mixed start to the weekend, with rain and thunderstorms across many parts of the country, while others will bask in some glorious sunshine.

A low and troughs will produce rain and thunderstorms in Victoria, Tasmania, eastern South Australia, much of NSW, and central Australia.

Other troughs will trigger showers and the odd storm over the Top End and central Western Australia.

Onshore winds will drive light showers along the northern Queensland coast.

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The sunny and warm weather is moving out, and rain is on the way for the weekend .

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Here's the state-by-state forecast for Saturday, October 17, 2020:


Mostly sunny throughout the state aside from the slight chance of a shower over the western Gulf Country.

Temperatures above average in the southwest and southern interior. Highs of 29C in Brisbane and Rockhampton, with overnight lows of 17C in both cities.

Light to moderate east to northeasterly winds, tending fresh north to northwesterly over the west and south. A light to moderate south to southeasterly change is expected in the far southwest in the late evening.

Fire Danger - Very High in the Peninsula, Northern Goldfields and Upper Flinders, and Darling Downs and Granite Belt districts.

graphical user interface: Weather forecast for Saturday, October 17. © 9News Weather forecast for Saturday, October 17.


Shower and possible thunderstorms across the south, extending to central districts during the day. The chance of a shower or thunderstorm about the higher parts of the Mid North Coast in the afternoon. Showers more likely about the southern and central ranges and adjacent western slopes.

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Our Saturday will feature more scattered showers and drizzle through the day. But some improvements are coming! Details in the Storm Team forecast!

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Generally dry and hot across the far north. Daytime temperatures above average across the north, where it'll be a top of 32C in Grafton. Below average temps across the south, with 21C forecast for Albury and 22C in Canberra.

Northeast to northwesterly winds, fresh and gusty in the afternoon, shifting southerly in the southwest later. Northeasterly sea-breezes developing along the northern coast in the afternoon.

Fire Danger - Very High: North Western fire area.


Patchy morning fog. Areas of rain easing to showers from the west during the afternoon then contracting to southern and mountain districts at night.

Isolated thunderstorms over central and eastern districts contracting to the far northeast at night. Some moderate to heavy falls across the northeast ranges.

A mild and mostly cloudy day with highs of 20C in Melbourne, 22C in Bendigo. Moderate northerly winds ahead of a cooler southwesterly change over the west reaching central districts during the afternoon and eastern areas at night.

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Better rain chances are on the way Monday in the form of scattered rain showers and storms . The rain is coming ahead of a cold front, so we'll be near 70 on Sunday and Monday before dipping to near 60 behind the front Tuesday. In regard to rain totals, nothing prolific is in order.

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Fire Danger - Low to Moderate.


Rain about the Bass Strait islands extending to the northern half of the state during the morning, then light rain extending further southwards in the afternoon.

Highs of 14C for Hobart and Queenstown, overnight lows of just 3C are forecast in Launceston.

Northeast to southeasterly winds, fresh about the north, tending south to southeasterly during the afternoon.


A slight to medium chance of showers across the south of the pastoral districts and central and eastern parts of the agricultural area, reaching a high chance in the far southeast corner and over parts of the south of the North East Pastoral district.

Possible thunderstorms about the northern agricultural area and the North East Pastoral district, contracting northeastwards during the morning.

Hot with fresh north to northwesterly winds and areas of raised dust in the far northeast, with highs of 31C in Oodnadatta.

Shifting cooler toward the coast, where Adelaide with reach a top of 19C, with moderate to fresh southwest to southeasterly over the remainder.

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Showers and thunderstorms possible over the northern Kimberley and Interior in the afternoon and early evening.

Showers and thunderstorms possible late afternoon and evening in the Central West, southern Gascoyne, and the northern parts of the Central Wheat Belt.

Tops of 39C in Port Headland and 38C in Newman, while temperatures in the south will be around 26C in Perth 22C in Bunbury.

Very hot and dry conditions with fresh and gusty northwesterly winds over the Pilbara have sparked a Severe Fire Danger weather warning for: East Pilbara Coast, West Pilbara Coast, East Pilbara Inland, Ashburton Inland and Gascoyne Inland


Mostly sunny over the central Carpentaria, southeast Arnhem and northeast Barkly Districts. A slight to medium chance of showers and thunderstorms elsewhere, increasing to a high chance over western Daly District.

Light to moderate northeast to northwest winds, fresh and gusty at times south of Tennant Creek in the morning, ahead of a moderate to fresh southeast change extending northwards to Alice Springs during the day.

Highs of 37C in Alice Springs and a slightly cooler 32C in Darwin.

Fire Danger - Sigh in the Simpson, Lasseter, Tanami, Gregory, eastern Carpentaria and eastern Arnhem Districts.

- Reported with Weatherzone and Australian Bureau of Meteorology

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