While our mates over east are set for melted Easter eggs this weekend, it ain’t the same story in WA.

You’re gonna need your uggies on Thursday night because a cold front, which the Bureau of Meteorology have called “almost Antarctic”, will hit the south-west of the state, bringing with it a stack of rain.

As for Good Friday? Keep your uggies on.

“Maximum temperatures will drop significantly,” Adam Morgan from BOM said.

“We’re looking at maximums around 8-12 degrees below average.”

It’s also looking likely that Bluff Knoll, 350 kilometres south-east of Perth, will get some snow.

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Things look like they’ll fine-up for Easter Sunday after a chilly morning, which is perfect for egg-hunters – meaning your Elegant Rabbit or Humpty Dumpty eggs are unlikely to end up a soft mess behind the succulents (not like our mates over east lol)

Here’s the forecast…

Rest of today

Max 24, mostly sunny

Chance of rain: 30%

Good Friday

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Max 16, showers, possible storm

Chance of rain: 100%

Easter Saturday

Max 17, morning shower or two

Chance of rain: 70%

Easter Sunday

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Max 22, sunny

Chance of rain: 0%

Easter Monday

Max 23, sunny

Chance of rain: 5%

Tuesday

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Max 24, mostly sunny

Chance of rain: 10%

Wednesday

Max 25, sunny

Chance of rain: 0%

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