The Bureau of Meteorology has warned of damaging wind gusts which are expected to hit Mandurah and the South West tomorrow.
The Bureau has issued a severe weather warning for people southwest of a line from Mandurah to Walpole. The warning includes those in Mandurah, Bunbury, Busselton, Margaret River and Bridgetown.
A cold front is forecast to move over the areas tomorrow and is expected to cause widespread damaging winds of up to 100km/hr.
The Bureau says the gusts could reach more than 125km/hr in some areas which could damage homes.
The winds are expected to develop in the Capes region tomorrow morning and extend to other areas later in the morning.
Thunderstorms are also forecast.
People in the Geographe Bay area, including Busselton and Dunsborough are being warned of high tides which could result in flooding.
The Fire and Emergency Services Authority has advised those covered by the warning to secure loose objects, move vehicles under cover and stay inside away from windows.Boat owners are being urged to make sure their vessels are securely moored and motorists are being encouraged to take extra care on the roads.
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