GUSTY winds and heavy rain showers have blown back into Perth.
But the wintry blast is expected to ease today and Saturday before sunshine returns to the city on Sunday.
The Bureau predicted a top of 18 degrees for the rest of today, with westerly winds of between 25 and 35km per hour and up to 6mm of rain expected.
Showers are predicted to ease for Saturday, which has a maximum of 21 degrees with westerly winds of 20 to 30km per hour expected.
The Bureau still predicted there would be an 80 per cent chance of rain on Saturday.
Enjoying that cool crisp air? This image from @NOAA shows where the air over Perth today has come from. Moving up from the Southern Ocean, its taken 3 days to get here. Max temp in the high teens today with gusty showers, easing by Saturday afternoon https://t.co/jqot4V3kjC pic.twitter.com/gKboeNUsa7
— Bureau of Meteorology, Western Australia (@BOM_WA) November 1, 2019
Rains are expected to disappear by Sunday, with the forecast being partly cloudy and mostly sunny.
The Bureau predicted a top of 22 degrees for Sunday and light southwesterly winds of 15 to 20km per hour during the afternoon.
— Monique Mulligan (@MoniqueMulligan) October 31, 2019
Today’s weather follows hail storms reported around Perth yesterday.