thunderstorms slam Perth and Mandurah

By: 0122855600 , 4:50 PM GMT on September 11, 2013

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Thunderstorms and wild winds slammed into the southwestern coast of Western Australia(including Mandurah and Perth) last night as a cold front arrived.Even now there are many showers surrounding Perth due to moist westerly to southwesterly winds behind the cold front that caused the thunderstorms and wild winds.Thunderstorms are also expected on Friday and Saturday morning with even hail possible on Saturday morning.For the rest of the month the days with the highest chance of thunderstorms are September 13,September 14,September 15,September 17,September 21,September 22,September 27 and September 28.But the strongest winds should occur before sunrise(again) on September 22.Nevertheless the winds expected on these days should not be as strong as the winds experienced last night and yesterday(September 11).I will continue to monitor this situation closely.

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