The Northern Territory news Mon 8 Nov 2021
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MONDAY NOVEMBER 8 2021 WEATHER 31 V1 - NTNE01Z01MA Tanami Tiwi Daly Arnhem Carpentaria Gregory Barkly Simpson Lasseter Sunrise Sunset Moonrise Moonset 6:12 am 6:49 pm 9:09 am 10:32 pm Nov 19 Nov 27 Dec 4 Nov 11 Mon Nov 8 Tue Nov 9 Wed Nov 10 Thu Nov 11 Fri Nov 12 Sat Nov 13 Sun Nov 14 Mon Nov 15 1:54am 2.3m 7:25am 7.1m 2:17pm 0.3m 8:51pm 7.6m 2:34am 2.7m 8:01am 6.7m 2:59pm 0.8m 9:35pm 7.2m 3:21am 3.1m 8:41am 6.2m 3:45pm 1.4m 10:25pm 6.7m 4:22am 3.5m 9:29am 5.5m 4:39pm 2.2m 11:24pm 6.2m 5:57am 3.7m 10:51am 4.9m 5:54pm 2.8m 12:37am 5.8m 7:48am 3.5m 1:29pm 4.8m 7:30pm 3.2m 2:01am 5.8m 9:15am 3.0m 3:05pm 5.2m 9:00pm 3.2m 3:14am 5.9m 10:10am 2.4m 4:05pm 5.8m 10:06pm 3.1m Darwin 23 33 18.8 Tindal 22 35 13.4 Jabiru 27 35 Nhulunbuy 25 34 Borroloola 25 40 Lajamanu 24 34 Tennant Creek 25 32 Alice Springs 20 24 12.4 Yulara 20 26 7.2 Location Min Max *Rain Location Min Max *Rain * rainfall 24 hours to 9am yesterday 1016 1016 1016 1008 1008 1003 1007 1007 1022 WARNINGS Warnings were current at 5pm yesterday. Latest information at www.bom.gov.au/australia/warnings Coastal & Land Weather 1300 659 214 Tropical Cyclone 1300 659 211 NORTHERN TERRITORY A medium to high chance of showers and storms, increasing to a very high chance in the Lasseter, Tanami, Gregory and western Carpentaria Districts. Gusty storms possible across the southwest of the NT. Heavy rainfall south of Elliott may lead to significant stream rises and localised flooding. Light to moderate north to northwest winds, tending southeast to northeast south of Barrow Creek. Winds fresh and gusty in the Lasseter District. Fire danger: high in the Daly and eastern Carpentaria Districts. DARWIN and OUTER DARWIN Partly cloudy. Medium (50%) chance of showers, most likely in the late morning and afternoon. The chance of a thunderstorm. Light winds becoming northwesterly 15 to 20 km/h in the middle of the day then becoming light in the late afternoon. Min 27 Max 34 Tuesday: Possible shower or storm. Min 26 Max 34 Wednesday: Shower or two. Possible storm. Min 27 Max 34 Thursday: Partly cloudy. Min 27 Max 35 DARWIN HARBOUR Winds: Variable below 10 knots becoming north to northwesterly 10 to 15 knots in the middle of the day then turning westerly early afternoon. Seas: Below 1 m. Swell: Below 0.5 m. Weather: Chance of a storm. UV FORECASTS Katherine: 12 (extreme). Tennant Creek: 12 (extreme). Alice Springs: 13 (extreme). Rainfall: 24hr rainfall to 9am 7 November 2021: 18.8 mm Monthly total to 9am 7 November 2021: 57.6 mm Average for month of November: 140.7 mm 1 October 2021 to 7 November 2021: 80.6 mm on 9 rain days Average from 1 October to end of November: 212.8 mm November 8, 2021 Commonwealth of Australia 2021 1000 1008 1008 1016 1016 1016 1010 1007 998 1006 1022 Auckland Bangkok Beijing Geneva Hong Kong Jakarta Johannesburg Kuala Lumpur London Los Angeles Moscow New York Rio De Janeiro Singapore Tel Aviv Tokyo fine 22 13 storms 30 26 cloudy 3 -4 sunny 9 3 cool 23 17 rain 29 24 storms 27 14 storms 33 24 cloudy 11 6 fog 20 11 rain 9 6 sunny 17 6 storms 26 19 storms 33 24 fine 29 18 cloudy 19 12 PROVINCIAL CENTRES Katherine: Showers easing. Storm likely. Max 35 Tuesday: Shower or two. Possible storm. Min 26 Max 34 Tennant Creek: Showers. Storm likely. Max 33 Tuesday: Shower or two. Possible storm. Min 23 Max 33 Alice Springs: Showers. Possible storm. Max 26 Tuesday: Showers. Possible storm. Min 18 Max 31 Jabiru: Showers. Likely storm developing. Max 38 Tuesday: Shower or two. Possible storm. Min 27 Max 35 Nhulunbuy: Partly cloudy. Max 34 Tuesday: Mostly sunny. Min 25 Max 34 Alyangula: Partly cloudy. Max 33 Tuesday: Mostly sunny. Min 25 Max 33 Borroloola: Partly cloudy. Max 39 Tuesday: Partly cloudy. Min 27 Max 39 Yulara: Storms. Possible heavy falls. Max 26 Tuesday: Possible storm, heavy falls. Min 18 Max 30 Lajamanu: Storms. Possible heavy falls. Max 34 Tuesday: Shower or two. Possible storm. Min 23 Max 34 Maningrida: Partly cloudy. Max 35 Tuesday: Partly cloudy. Min 26 Max 35 Pirlangimpi: Partly cloudy. Max 35 Tuesday: Possible afternoon storm. Min 24 Max 35 Wadeye: Shower or two. Possible storm. Max 34 Tuesday: Possible storm. Min 26 Max 35 Yuendumu: Showers. Possible storm. Max 28 Tuesday: Showers. Possible storm. Min 20 Max 30 DARWIN Sun protection recommended between 8:40am to 4:20pm Maximum UV Index: 12 (extreme) Sunny Mostly sunny Partly cloudy Cloudy Chance shower Shower or two Showers Drizzle, light rain Rain Shower storm Storms Windy Dust Fog Katherine DARWIN Jabiru Nhulunbuy Borroloola Alyangula Tennant Creek Alice Springs 2734 Yulara Wadeye 2435 Pirlangimpi 2534 2533 2738 2634 2635 2639 2333 1826 1926 2434 Lajamanu 2028 Yuendumu Darwin 34 Broome 33 Alice Springs 26 Cairns 33 Hobart 18 Brisbane 28 Sydney 25 Canberra 23 Adelaide 20 Perth 27 Melbourne 17 NTFL will find a way to play on FOOTBALL always finds a way was AFLNT chairman Sean Bowdens response to questions on when and if the 2021-22 NTFL season will resume after the 72-hour Covid lockout. All round 6 matches were postponed in the wake of Fridays lockdown directive from the Northern Territory Government. Basically, we have to wait and see what eventuates when the lockdown finishes (at midnight on Monday), Bowden said. Our intentions are to play the full season and were c o n f i d e n t with the support weve had from the club presidents and the general football community that well be able to continue to play football. But its going to require everyone to continue to work together by sharing information and complying with government directions. Bowden would not elaborate on what plans were in place to replay round 6 matches. Midweek fixtures and ex tending the season by one or two weeks could be possible options, but the league is yet to finalise any plans. Bowden (pictured) did say the January representative clash between and NTFL side and SANFL premier Woodville-West Torrens remained a big part of the seasons program despite the restrictions. Were keeping the rep game, though as Ive said, at the moment we have to be a bit careful which way we go, he said. But footy always finds a way and well work with the football community to find a way. Football is so important to Territorians and we will be working with everyone involved with the game and its stakeholders to make it happen. But Bowden said the dark cloud that was the Covid pandemic would be around for some time to come. We have to be honest with ourselves and realise there are Covid difficulties ahead and the best thing for people to do is to be vaccinated, Bowden said. and by continuing to talk to their club leaders and the AFLNT on any query they may have on the effects of Covid in the football community. GREY MORRIS Tigers half Luke Brooks and (inset) new boss Tim Sheens. MR SHEENS TO CLEAN UP WESTS Tigers head of football Tim Sheens is expected to go from the tarmac into what could be a turbulent first day back at Concord as the NRL club continues to deny ongoing speculation surrounding halfback Luke Brooks. Sheens, who was due to arrive home from the UK on Sunday night, is expected to clock on at the clubs headquarters on Monday. And no doubt the Brooks rumours, which the club says are destabilising, will be addressed. It is believed Brooks has assured officials he will be staying, starting with his attendance at the Tigers first off-season training session next week. Despite having engaged in constant and positive talks with Brooks, Tigers management remains frustrated at the continuing speculation about his future and wants it known the 26-year-old will be the clubs halfback next season. NORTHERN TERRITORY TODAY TERRITORY TODAY SEVEN-DAY TIDES AUSTRALIA TODAY TERRITORY YESTERDAY 10 AM YESTERDAY lOAMTODAY 10 AM TOMORROW J; ~ 0 ' \ \ (fl)) \L \ SUN AND MOON Full Last 1/4 New First 1/4 0 () e ct WORLD TODAY w w w . b a m . a v . a u COASTAL AND LAND WEATHER WARNINGS: 1300 659 210 NT WEATHER SERVICE: 1300 838 090