A monsoon has brought heavy rainfall to the Top End, with some Darwin suburbs receiving over 150mm of rain in the past 24 hours. The Bureau of Meteorology has predicted that a low pressure system could develop into a cyclone as it moves towards the Gulf of Carpentaria. The monsoon is expected to continue for the next few days, with the potential for 40-80mm of rainfall each day and possible storms in the Darwin area. There is also a chance of a tropical cyclone developing later in the week or on the weekend as the system moves into the Gulf of Carpentaria. Residents in the area are urged to monitor emergency warnings and be prepared in case the low pressure system develops further. The bureau has issued a flood watch for several rivers in the region, and the NT Emergency Service has urged residents to drive carefully in areas affected by flash flooding. Some suburbs in Darwin have already experienced flooding, and emergency services have received requests for help from residents dealing with water inundation. The monsoon has caused road closures and disruptions, and residents are encouraged to call for assistance if needed.