Weather: Wild storms coming to WA’s south

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Parts of Western Australia can expect some wild weather over the next couple of days, with strong winds and thunderstorms.

Heavy rain is expected to lash Perth and southern WA during the next 48 hours as a low pressure system and associated cold front sweep across the lower part of the state.

While only up to 8mm of rain is expected tonight, the WA Bureau of Meteorology predicts up to 20mm to fall on Tuesday.

The bureau tweeted on Monday: “After a beautiful Spring weekend and another lovely day today, the weather will take a turn later this afternoon and overnight tonight, as a cold front moves in from the west. The sun is expected to make a return to most parts from mid-week.”

However, Weatherzone says some modelling shows up to 60mm could fall, with isolated pockets of up to 80mm.

The wild weather is expected to hit Perth, Bunbury, Albany and Esperance.

Wind gusts could peak at 100km/h along the southwest coast and about 80km/h over inland areas.

Large waves are also expected over the next few days.

Originally published as Wild storms coming to Western Australia’s south over 48 hours


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