Notable rainfall continues into the week ahead for Busselton and Margaret River

Staff reportersBusselton Dunsborough Times
Abba River.
Camera IconAbba River. Credit: Supplied: Department of Water, Department of Water Picture:

Wet weather is expected this week as the region marks 16 consecutive days of rain.

The notably wet July rainfall averages have already exceeded in many areas within the South West and South West Land Division, from Kalbarri to Esperance.

So far Busselton has had 142mm dumped on the town while Cape Naturalist region has seen a 136.4mm drenching.

Things are set to get blustery as a low pressure system brings strong winds on Wednesday to much of Southern WA.

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Conditions are expected to ease on Thursday before another cold front moves through southern parts on Friday.

Sheep graziers are being warned cold temperatures, steady rain and fresh early easterly winds are expected during Tuesday risking the loss of lambs and sheep exposed to the elements.

Busselton weather

Monday: max 17, cloudy

Tuesday: max 16, rain increasing

Wednesday: max 19, rains easing

Thursday: max 17, shower or two

Friday: max 15, showers

Margaret River weather

Monday: max 16, cloudy

Tuesday: max 15, rain increasing

Wednesday: max 17, rain

Thursday: max 16, showers easing

Friday: max 14, showers

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