BUNBURY residents braced for another severe storm with wind gusts of 100km per hour forecast yesterday.
The winds were expected to be similar to those experienced in the destructive storm which hit Bunbury on Sunday June 10, causing widespread damage.
The winds were forecast by the Bureau of Meteorology to hit early Tuesday but did not arrive until Tuesday afternoon.
In isolated areas dangerous gusts were expected to be in excess of 125 kilometres per hour and cause significant damage.
By 3pm winds reached more than 60km per hour.
Bureau of Meteorology John Relf said weather like this was very common for winter.
He said it was hard to predict an exact time the wind was due to hit.
For personal safety FESA State Emergency Service [SES] advises during these conditions to secure loose objects, move vehicles under cover and stay inside away from windows.
Take extra care on the roads as flooding is possible.
For SES assistance call 132 500.
For more safety tips visit www.fesa.wa.gov.au