Darwin Airport
14 Knots NNW
Point Fawcett
19 Knots WNW
Pirlangimpi
7 Knots NW
Dum In Mirrie
10 Knots WNW
Noonamah
4 Knots NNW
Point Stuart
- Knots -
Cape Don
- Knots -
Wadeye
9 Knots WSW
Douglas River
7 Knots NNE
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Issued at 4:30 pm CST on Thursday 27 February 2020

Thursday  
night. Associated rain, showers and thunderstorms will affect the central and northern districts tomorrow before easing from the weekend. Meanwhile, a ridge of high pressure over southern Australia will maintain hot and dry southeasterly winds across the southern parts of the Territory.

Friday  
A high to very high chance of showers and thunderstorms over the Daly and western Gregory Districts. Areas of rain about the west coast. Gusty winds likely with thunderstorms through the Gregory and southwest Daly Districts. A slight to medium chance of showers and thunderstorms elsewhere north of Tennant Creek. Moderate northeast to southeast winds south of Daly Waters, tending northeast to northwest to the north. Winds fresh to strong and gusty about the west coast and western Gregory District during the morning.

Saturday  
A high to very high chance of showers and thunderstorms over western Top End and far northwest Gregory District. A slight to medium chance of showers and thunderstorms elsewhere north of Tennant Creek. Light to moderate northeast to southeast winds south of Elliott, tending northeast to northwest to the north. Winds fresh at times near the western border in the morning.

Sunday  
A high chance of showers and thunderstorms over western Top End and far northwest Gregory District. A slight to medium chance of showers and thunderstorms elsewhere north of Tennant Creek. Light to moderate northeast to southeast winds south of Barrow Creek, tending northeast to northwest to the north.

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