More wild and potentially dangerous weather, the likes of which the Bureau of Meteorology warned was only seen once or twice a year, is set to hit Western Australia less than a week into winter.
|The Bureau of Meteorology is forecasting Tuesday |
will be the worst day for storms set to hit WA's South West.
A low-pressure system may bring thunderstorms, damaging winds and heavy rainfall to the west of the state with between 25 millimetres and 50mm expected along the coast and through the Gascoyne.
Powerful northerly winds blowing more than 90 kilometres per hour are due to arrive on Monday ahead of the system affecting an area between Onslow down to Albany, including Perth.
Read the story by James Carmody from ABC News - “Perth weather takes a wintery turn next week as strong cold front forecast to bring storms to WA.”