If you thought that the wet weather might be coming to an end, you will be sorely mistaken.
Another cold front is expected to reach the southwest corner of the state by Friday night, while another cold front is expected to hit the South West capes region on Saturday night.
That means a lot more rain on the way over the coming days.
Starting from Friday night thought until early next week, northern parts of the South West is predicting up to 100mm of rain, while southern parts of the South West could see up to 80mm.
Thunderstorms, hail and possible high winds are also expected up until at least Tuesday.
So get yourself prepared now. If you have any loose items in the backyard, secure them as soon as possible.
If you have any damage from your homes from the past few days of heavy rain, then get onto a fix when you can.
|BUNBURY||Rain increasing, windy. Max 18||Rain, windy. Max 18||Showers, windy. Max 18||Showers easing, very windy. Max 17|
|BUSSELTON||Rain increasing, windy. Max 18||Showers, becoming windy. Max 18||Showers, becoming windy. Max 17||Showers easing, Very windy. Max 16|
|BRIDGETOWN||Showers easing. Max 17||Showers. Max 15||Showers easing. Max 14||Showers. Max 13|
|COLLIE||Rain. Max 17||Showers. Max 16||Showers easing. Max 15||Showers. Max 13|
|MANJIMUP||Showers easing. Max 16||Showers. Max 14||Showers easing. Max 14||Showers. Max 12|
COLD WEATHER WEDNESDAY
A couple of real cold spots in the South West on Wednesday.
It got very cold in a few areas, but Manjimup was the coldest only getting to 9.0 degrees just before 2pm.
Bunbury had a very cold day too, being one of the coldest August days in the last couple of decades.