Two cold fronts bring a wet weekend for the South West region

Staff ReportersHarvey-Waroona Reporter
Wet road on the Mitchell Freeway
Camera IconWet road on the Mitchell Freeway Credit: Danella Bevis/The West Australian, Danella Bevis

The South West is set for a drenching this weekend as two cold front make they way across the region.

From Kalbarri to Walpole, wet weather will lash the South West into early next week with Sunday winds expected to make it a gusty afternoon according to the Bureau of Meteorology.

At this stage severe weather is not expected.

Between 15mm and 30mm of continuous rain is expected for Sunday in Harvey, Bunbury, Busselton and Margaret River while Denmark and Albany is forecast for lighter showers of round 2-6mm.

Rain is forecast to continue on Monday with isolated thunderstorm possible.

With little break, a second cold front is expected bringing in more rain on Tuesday than the weekend.

Weekend temperatures -


Saturday 19, partly cloudy, possible rain

Sunday 17, showers

Monday 19, showers

Tuesday 15, showers


Saturday: 18, partly cloudy

Sunday: 17, showers

Monday: 19, showers

Tuesday: 16, showers

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