THE remnants of Tropical Cyclone Lam are moving across Western Australia this week, providing abundant moisture for thunderstorms.

Visit FarmOnline Weather for more updates and informationLast week was pretty dry across WA, despite a low pressure trough lingering across the west and north of the state for most of the week. At the moment, troughs are located in pretty much the same positions, except thunderstorms are far more widespread and producing more rainfall.

The primary difference between last week and this week, is that the remnants of Ex-Tropical Cyclone Marcia have moved from the Northern Territory into the west, bringing an abundance of tropical moisture.

On Monday, Broome picked up 75 millimetres, its heaviest February fall in 11 years, which included a staggering 19mm in 10 minutes. In the 24 hours to 9am this morning, Mandora gained 61mm, whilst isolated storms spread further south into the Gascoyne.

This week, thunderstorms will shift around the state with the movement of the troughs, but the focus of storms is likely to be across the Kimberley, Pilbara, western Interior, eastern Gascoyne, Central Wheat Belt and Goldfields.

Most parts of these districts will see at least one thunderstorm in the next week, with some locations likely to gain more than 100mm, particularly in the region near Newman, Meekatharra and Laverton.

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