Wet and windy conditions are expected across most of WA this Easter long weekend.
Bureau of Meteorology WA meteorologist Jim Richardson said a cold front was expected to approach the south of the state tonight.
The front will bring a good chance of shower activity, gusty conditions and potential thunderstorms.
Richardson said it was likely there would be strong wind warnings for coastal regions over the weekend, with a chance of a gale warning for the Leeuwin Coast.
“The main activity as far as the state’s concerned is in the south, but we do have some showers and storms through the Kimberley continuing until Monday,” he said.
He said Sunday would be the best time to go camping because of the wet weather expected on Friday and Saturday.