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South-West bracing for strong winds – householders and drivers warned

People living in WA’s South-West have been told to get ready for damaging winds on Sunday afternoon.
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The Department of Fire and Emergency Services issued a warning just before 9am on Sunday saying people living south of a line from Mandurah to Albany should brace themselves for 100km/h gusts later in the day.

“This includes people in, or near, Bunbury, Busselton, Margaret River, Bridgetown and Albany. This is typical weather for this time of year, but winds may cause damage to property and make road conditions hazardous,” the statement said.

The Bureau of Meteorology said the winds would come as a result of a strong cold front moving through the South-West late on Sunday and into Monday.

People in the area should expect thunderstorms and showers.

The DFES recommends that outdoor furniture should be tied down or stored and that householders should make sure their emergency kit is ready, including a battery operated radio, torch and a first aid kit.

Motorists should drive with care and boat owners should securely moor their craft.

If your home is badly damaged by the storm you can call the Sate Emergency Service for help on 132 500.

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