The Bureau of Meteorology will provide an update on the once-in-a-decade weather event that caused chaos across WA. WATCH it live here at 1pm.
Strong winds and intermittent rain forced coaching staff to change the plans, with players doing light skills and walking laps instead of a full-team session at Mineral Resources Park.
Wild weather from WA’s ‘once-in-a-decade’ storm will decrease throughout the afternoon but we are not out of the woods just yet. RECAP THE STORM FURY ON OUR LIVE BLOG.
State Emergency Services have been fielding hundreds of calls as WA’s super storm continues to wreak havoc across WA.
A 17-year-old pizza delivery driver is lucky to be alive after a tree crashed through his car as he was driving in Manjimup.
Storm wrap: WA has seen day one of its once-in-a-decade storm with 130km/h winds lashing the state, bringing down trees and cutting power to 60,000 homes.
Rourke Walsh, Daryna Zadvirna & Liam Beatty
Western Power says it won't "attempt any repair work during the storm" because it’s too unsafe to operate equipment in dangerous winds. All the latest on the storm in our live blog.
Update: Video footage has captured a Geraldton home being torn to shreds by strong winds generated by today’s mega storm, at the same time fire fighters were battling a blaze in the area.
Rourke Walsh, Daryna Zadvirna and Liam Beatty
Batten down the hatches. WA’s once-in-a-decade storms are here and residents across the State are urged to ‘take action now’.
Officials in India and Bangladesh say cyclone Amphan destroyed more than a million houses, mostly thatched homes.
Siddhartha Kumar and Nazrul Islam
The warning area for the rare weather event - which is expected to bring dangerous wind gusts and heavy rain - is so big experts aren’t sure exactly where the worst of the storm will strike.
Parts of coastal eastern India and Bangladesh have been hammered by cyclone Amphan which has killed more than 80 people.
Sheikh Saaliq and Julhas Alam
Travellers capitalising on the State’s first weekend with eased regional borders will be in “the height of the storm”, according to authorities who have warned it may be the biggest in a decade.
There are dozens dead, heavy rains and widespread flooding from the most damaging cyclone to hit India and Bangladesh in decades.
The collapse of two dams after heavy rains in Michigan has forced thousands of residents to flee flooding which also threatens a chemical plant.
Rebecca Cook and Maria Caspani
A powerful cyclone has hit coastal parts of India and Bangladesh with more than two million people evacuated to shelters.
Aniruddha Ghosal and Julhas Alam
More than 4000 homes across WA are still without power due to Tuesday’s ferocious storm. Western Power said crews worked through the night to restore power to more than 51,000 affected homes.
Update: 4,000 homes are still without power after yesterday’s ferocious storm packing powerful winds toppled trees onto cars and power lines, and sent trampolines careering across streets.
Danielle Le Messurier and Caitlyn Rintoul
Fences destroyed, roofs ripped from their rafters and massive trees uprooted, debris strewn across yards, roads and homes. Last nights’ storm has left a trail of destruction across the South West.
People across WA have woken up to more wild weather as emergency services deal with the aftermath of last night’s storm. Winds of up to 130kmh tore down trees and power lines across Perth.
Western Australia has been lashed by a severe storm front this evening, which is tipped to bring wide-spread damaging winds up to 125km/h into the evening.
Caitlyn Rintoul and Cally Dupe
Just 24 hours after Perth basked in summer temperatures, the city is forecast to be battered by a cold front, bringing strong winds and heavy rains.
Cyclone Harold has strengthened to category four and is moving towards Vanuatu, threatening damaging gale force winds, heavy rains and flash flooding.
Perth people love a good weather event. But when the great Perth hail storm of 2010 hit the metropolitan area 10 years ago today, none of us were prepared for the ferocity that was unleashed.
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