North Western NT Weather may have Daily Rain Rest of This Month

North Western NT Weather may have Daily Rain Rest of This Month

(Northern Territory Weather) NT Weather Forecast: February 26th – February 29th, 2024

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Continued Rain and Thunderstorms in North Western NT, Australia.

The North Western NT weather is expected to experience ongoing light to moderate rain or thunderstorms throughout the remainder of February.

On the other hand, Coastal areas may encounter heavier spells of rainfall in NT, particularly on February 28th and 29th.

Darwin Weather to be mostly cloudy with daily showers or thunderstorm throughout the period. Also, Palmerston Weather to be same.

Cities eligible for Rain or Thunderstorms Between 26-29 Feb 2024

1. Darwin
2. Palmerston
3. Alice Springs
4. Katherine
5. Tennant Creek
6. Nhulunbuy
7. Yulara
8. Jabiru
9. Howard Springs
10. Humpty Doo
11. Nightcliff
12. Parap
13. Casuarina
14. Bakewell
15. Jingili
16. Ludmilla
17. Gunn
18. Rosebery
19. Fannie Bay
20. Leanyer

Active Monsoon Bringing Heavy Rain to Middle to Northern NT

Due to the active monsoon, the middle to northern regions of the NT, especially the northeast, may witness heavy to very heavy rainfall at isolated places.

Cities across the NT are likely to experience daily showers or thunderstorms. On the other hand, some prolonged heavy spells likely over northeastern coastal regions of NT.

Cautionary Measures Advised

Residents are advised to remain indoors during thunderstorm periods to minimize the risk of lightning strikes.

It is crucial to stay updated with the latest weather forecasts and advisories issued by local authorities. And avoid open area during any ongoing thunderstorm.

Rainfall Projections and Temperature Variations

The northwestern coastal areas of the NT could receive between 60 to 100 mm of rainfall over the next four days.

Conversely, certain parts of the northeastern coastal NT weather may experience more substantial rainfall amounts. Which is ranging from 100-150 mm during the same period.

The rest of the northern NT is expected to receive between 50 to 100 millimeters of rainfall during this time.

In terms of temperatures, the northwestern and southern parts of the NT may see temperatures above average. That is indicating unusually high temperatures for the region.

In contrast, the remainder of the northern NT could experience temperatures below average for the remainder of the month.

See Also: Brisbane Weather: Rains to Ease off next week from Brisbane, AU
More Related: Eastern Coastal Queensland Weather to have Heavy rain this weekend
Related: New Zealand Weather to have rainfall in Multiple Places

Forecast Summary of NT

As the NT braces for continued rainfall and potential thunderstorms, residents are urged to exercise caution and stay informed about weather developments.

By taking proactive measures and adhering to safety precautions, individuals can help mitigate the impacts of adverse weather conditions in the region.