Weekend weather wrap-up: Warm and sunny conditions expected for Mandurah

Don't forget to slip, slop, slap this weekend. Photo: Shutterstock.
Don't forget to slip, slop, slap this weekend. Photo: Shutterstock.

It is looking like a warm and sunny weekend in beautiful Mandurah!

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, January 10

Maximum 32

It will be sunny for the rest of Friday, with no expected chance of rain.

Winds are expected to become light in the evening then southeasterly 15 to 20 kilometres per hour in the late evening.

Fire danger has been listed as very high and sun protection has been recommended until 4.30pm, with the UV index predicted to reach 13, which is considered extreme.

Forecast for Saturday, January 11

Minimum 20 - Maximum 32

It will be a perfect sunny Saturday in Mandurah but remember to slip, slop, slap.

The Bureau of Meteorology is predicting winds northeast to southeasterly 20 to 30 kilometres per hour, becoming light in the middle of the day, then becoming southeast to southwesterly 20 to 30 kilometres per hour in the late afternoon.

Sun protection has been recommended for much of the day, between 8.10am and 4.20pm, with the UV index predicted to reach 12, which is considered extreme.

Forecast for Sunday, January 12

Minimum 21 - Maximum 30

Another sunny day is expected on Sunday.

Winds are tipped to be light, becoming south to southwesterly 25 to 30 kilometres per hour during the day, then turning southeasterly 20 to 25 kilometres per hour during the evening.

Sun protection has been recommended for much of the day, between 8.10am and 4.30pm, with the UV index predicted to reach 13, which is considered extreme.

Forecast for Monday, January 13

Minimum 18 - Maximum 31

Another sunny day is expected for Monday, welcoming everyone back to the working week.

The Bureau of Meteorology is predicting winds southeasterly 15 to 25 kilometres per hour tending south to southwesterly during the day, then tending southeasterly 15 to 20 kilometres per hour during the evening.

Sun protection has been recommended for much of the day, between 8.10am and 4.30pm, with the UV index predicted to reach 14, which is considered extreme.