Mandurah's weekend weather wrap up

Mandurah's weekend weather wrap up. Photo: Bruce Ellis.
Mandurah's weekend weather wrap up. Photo: Bruce Ellis.

The Bureau of Meteorology has tipped one to four millimetres of rain in Mandurah on Sunday. Check out our weekend weather wrap up below to read the latest forecast.

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

Forecast for the rest of Friday, April 12

Minimum 15 - Maximum 26

For the rest of Friday, Mandurah locals can expect mostly sunny conditions with winds travelling west to southeasterly at a speed of about 15 to 20 kilometres an hour, tending southeast to southwesterly in the middle of the day then tending east to southeasterly in the late evening.

According to Bureau of Meteorology, there's no rain on the horizon.  

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 9.30am to 3pm, with the UV Index predicted to reach six which is considered as high.

Forecast for Saturday, April 13

Minimum 18 - Maximum 23

Skies are excepted to be clear for most of the day, with a five per cent chance of forecast.

Mostly sunny conditions are expected to be met with winds north to northeasterly at 15 to 20 kilometres an hour during the morning then becoming light during the afternoon.

Sun protection has been recommended from 9.40am to 3pm, with the UV Index predicted to reach six which is considered as high.

Forecast for Sunday, April 14

Minimum 18 - Maximum 22

The Bureau of Meteorology has tipped one to four millimetres of rain in Mandurah on Sunday. 

The chance of any rain is rated at 60 per cent, with partly cloudy skies expected throughout the day. 

Chance of showers are most likely in the morning and afternoon.

Winds are predicted to be light during the morning and will travel northwesterly 20 to 30 kilometres an hour before tending westerly during the afternoon.

Sun protection has been recommended from 9.30am to 2.50pm, with the UV Index predicted to reach six which is considered as high.