Bureau of Meteorology have announced developing conditions could favour the re-formation of a monsoon trough over northern Australia in the coming fortnight.
Recent broadscale conditions have been a regular feature across Australia's north, making environmental conditions favourable for enhanced cloudiness and rainfall.
A BOM spokesperson said sustained humidity and build-up of deep cloud had led to a trough, running east-west, to the north of Australia.
"If a monsoon trough develops and moves from the Indian Ocean eastward over the Australian mainland, cyclones could develop and more storms are possible towards the end of the month."
The weather forecast for Mount Isa for the next week will see sunny conditions on Thursday and a top of 39 degrees.
Friday should see mostly sunny conditions with a top of 38 degrees.
Saturday is expected to have a partly cloudy conditions with a 20 percent chance of rain in the afternoon and a top temperature of 37 degrees.
Sunday is predicted to be mostly sunny and a top of 38 degrees.
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