More wet weather: Mandurah set for thunderstorms and hail

Drenched: It is set to be a wet week in Mandurah. Photo: Gareth McKnight
Drenched: It is set to be a wet week in Mandurah. Photo: Gareth McKnight

The Bureau of Meteorology is predicting more wet weather for Mandurah, with thunderstorms, hail and 50km/h winds to hit the region later this week.

It has been a wet winter so far for the Peel region but any signs Spring is coming will be washed away this week.

There is a 60 per cent chance of rain on Tuesday, with downpours increasing on Wednesday and wind up to 50km/h in the evening.

Thursday looks set to be the wettest day of the week in Mandurah, with 100 per cent chance of rain and 20-30mm being predicted to fall.

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There is a thunderstorm predicted for the afternoon and evening, with the chance of more hail and heavy winds.

The wet weather will subside as the weekend approaches, but minimum temperatures will drop to 7 to 8 degrees on Friday and Saturday.

Sunday will offer some reprieve, with sunny spells but the chance of a shower or two.

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