Wonders may never cease but there is a chance of rain again across the Top End.
Even the northern Barkley may get a late wet season drink, the Bureau of Meteorology says.
Rainfall from increasing showers and storms across the Top End, Carpentaria and northern Barkly districts is forecast for today and for the next few days.
The south may experience a slight lowering in temperatures for the next couple of days due to an expected development of a patchy cloud band, combined with a surge of south easterly winds from a high pressure ridge building over southern Australia.
Showers and storms are due to ease across the Top End and Carpentaria district from this weekend.
For Darwin the drier conditions will start earlier, from Friday.
As we near the end of the wet season (April 30) we're also experiencing a change in low to mid level wind conditions, from westerlies to easterlies.
Typically, trade winds are associated with stable weather over northern Australia, with generally dry conditions affecting most regions.
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