#Perth should bunker down for some more wild weather on Friday night – and then keep the umbrellas handy for the next seven days.

Screenshot from 2018-05-25 18-17-43.pngPerth should bunker down for some more wild weather on Friday night – and then keep the umbrellas handy for the next seven days.

After a soaking through Thursday night and Friday that included wind gusts of up to 107km/h at Cape Leeuwin and 93km/h on Rottnest and more than 60mm of rain at Bickley, the South West of the state is again set to be lashed tonight.

A severe weather warning remains in place for people in the Lower West, South West, South Coastal, South East Coast and parts of the Great Southern and Central Wheatbelt districts, with showers and winds set to increase into the night.

Winds of 100km/h could hit the metropolitan area and gusts of more than 125km/h are being forecast for coastal areas between Bunbury and Walpole.

via Perth weather: Wild conditions are just the start of the city’s big wet | PerthNow