Rain, but not much


A rain cell is likely to deliver rain at the rate of 17mm in six hours (yellow dot) tomorrow evening, according to Dennis Luke, of the Metvuw.com weather service.
The green area shows a 15mm zone, and blue, 6mm.
The system is moving east and it’ll be all over by Wednesday morning, says Mr Luke.
UPDATE 1.55pm Tuesday
The Bureau of Meterology says thick cloud band brought the first rain and thunderstorms for many months to the southern districts of the NT from yesterday, with the peak day for rainfall for Alice Springs today (5 to 15mm possible).
Rainfall totals at Ormiston Gorge were 18mm, 1.6mm at Alice Springs and 10mm at Yuendumu, with higher totals from thunderstorms at other locations in the south. The rain band will clear tomorrow.


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