Wet Wet Wet isn’t just the band that took the world by storm in 1995 after they released ‘Love Is All Around’… it’s also a pretty good description of Perth’s weather.

The Bureau of Meteorology have issued a severe weather warning as a cold front approaches the lower-west and south-west regions of the state, which includes Perth.

Meaning that on Monday, we can expect damaging winds, heavy falls and the possibility of flash flooding.

The brunt is forecast to hit the metro area about 5pm.

Busselton, Bunbury, Collie, Geraldton, Mandurah, Manjimup, Margaret River and Moora are also up for the wild and woolly weather.

For the rest of Monday:

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19 max, possibly heavy falls, 20 to 35mm

Tuesday:

19 max, showers, 2 to 4mm

Wednesday:

17, showers becoming windy, 5 to 10mm

Thursday:

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16, showers easing, 2 to 6mm

Friday:

17, shower or two, 0 to 1mm

Saturday:

17, partly cloudy

Sunday:

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17, mostly sunny

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