Mandurah’s weekend weather wrap up

Mandurah is gearing up for toasty conditions this weekend. Photo: Caitlyn Rintoul.
Mandurah is gearing up for toasty conditions this weekend. Photo: Caitlyn Rintoul.

Whether you’re out on the town or enjoying a dip down the beach this weekend, you can rest assured that you're going to met with great weather.

Mandurah is gearing up for toasty conditions across Saturday and Sunday. Check out our weekend weather wrap up to read the latest forecast. 

Are you looking for something to do while enjoying the sunny conditions? Check out our weekend events guide to see what’s on in your neck of the woods across the next couple of days. 

For more information on the Bureau of Meteorology’s predictions visit www.bom.gov.au.

Forecast for the rest of Friday

Maximum 34 

For the rest of Friday, Mandurah locals can expect sunny conditions with winds travelling east to southeasterly at a speed of about  20 to 30 kilometres an hour.

The Bureau of Meteorology has tipped the chance of rain to be about 10 per cent. 

Fire danger has been listed as high for Friday and people are advised check the Emergency WA website to view any current warnings across the state. 

Sun protection has been recommended from 8.20am to 4.40pm, with the UV Index predicted to reach 13 which is considered as extreme.

Saturday

Minimum 18 – Maximum 35 

The fire danger  rating for Saturday has been listed as high, with a sunny conditions and winds east to southeasterly 20 to 30 20 to 30 kilometres an hour predicted. 

Sun protection has been recommended from 8.30am to 4.40pm, with the UV Index predicted to reach 12 which is considered as extreme.

Skies are excepted to be clear all day, with no rain forecast.

Sunday

Minimum 21 – Maximum 34 

The Bureau of Meteorology’s Sunday forecast appears much the same as Saturday’s, with sunny conditions on the cards. 

The city will experience winds easterly 15 to 20 kilometres an hour, which are expected to becoming light during the morning then turn south to southwesterly 25 to 35 kilometres an hour during the day.

Again, skies are excepted to be clear all day, with no rain forecast.

Sun protection has been recommended from 8.30am to 4.40pm, with the UV Index predicted to reach 12 which is considered as extreme.

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