Weekend weather wrap-up: Showers expected to clear for Mandurah

After a wet and windy end to the working week, it is expected to clear on Saturday for a mostly fine weekend.

The Bureau of Meteorology has predicted a shower or two on Friday before a chilly and partly cloudy Saturday and 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 the BOM website.

Forecast for the rest of Friday, August 23

Maximum 15

It is tipped to be partly cloudy for the rest of Friday in Mandurah with a 70 per cent chance of showers continuing into the early afternoon.

The Bureau of Meteorology has predicted winds to become light in the late evening.

Fire danger has been listed as low to moderate and sun protection has been recommended until 2.20pm, with the UV index predicted to reach four, which is considered moderate.

Forecast for Saturday, August 24

Minimum 6 - Maximum 16

With showers clearing overnight, the temperature is expected to drop with a partly cloudy start to the weekend expected.

The Bureau of Meteorology is predicting light winds and an unlikely chance of any rain.

Sun protection has been recommended for much of the day, between 10.10am and 2.30pm, with the UV index predicted to reach four, which is considered moderate.

Forecast for Sunday, August 25

Minimum 9 - Maximum 18

It is looking like it will warm up just a touch on Sunday with a partly cloudy day and no rain expected.

The Bureau of Meteorology is predicting only light winds throughout the day.

Sun protection has been recommended for much of the day, between 10.20am and 2.20pm, with the UV index predicted to reach four, which is considered moderate.

Forecast for Monday, August 26

Minimum 9 - Maximum 19

The sun is expected to shine again by Monday with a mostly sunny day on the way and no chance of any rain.

The Bureau of Meteorology is predicting only light winds throughout the day.

Sun protection has been recommended for much of the day, between 10am and 2.30pm, with the UV index predicted to reach four, which is considered moderate.