WA weather: Warning of wild storms and risk of floods

Damaging storms and high winds are forecast for parts of WA’s south-east – while to the north, the Pilbara coast has been placed under flood watch.

A cold front moving across from South Australia is likely to deliver the wild weather on Sunday afternoon before easing into Monday morning, according to the Weather Bureau.

While the storm winds are expected to average between 50km/h and 60km/h, most concern is for stronger gusts in excess of 90km/h.

Towns in the firing line along WA’s southern coastal strip include Balladonia, Eyre, Forrest, Israelite Bay, Rawlinna and the SA border community of Eucla.


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