Weather in Perth: Plumes of smoke are canceling out, but more burns are planned

A plume of smoke that has blanketed much of Perth over the past 24 hours has mostly cleared and sunny skies are expected over the weekend.

Mandatory burns carried out by the Department for Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions resulted in a smoke alert being issued for the area between Two Rocks, Rockingham and the Perth Hills on Thursday.

While the smoke had mostly cleared by Friday, the Parks and Wildlife Service is scheduled to conduct more mandatory burns.

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Locations include the Perth Hills near Kalamunda, Ellenbrook in north Perth and south west.

People with health problems made worse by smoking have been urged to take precautions as per their medical advice.

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The Weather Bureau’s duty forecaster, Robert Lawry, said the weather in Perth was “looking really good” for the weekend, with forecast highs of 27C on Saturday and 24C on Sunday.

“There is a bit of cloud and we have a weak front next week but that’s not before Wednesday,” he said.

https://www.perthnow.com.au/news/weather/perth-weather-smoke-haze-lifts-but-more-burn-offs-scheduled-c-8403037 Weather in Perth: Plumes of smoke are canceling out, but more burns are planned

Nate Jones

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