For the second Sunday in a row Perth should reach 29 degrees, however a cooler week with showers is ahead.
If Perth reaches 29 degrees today, it will be the first time since 1994 that the city has reached 29 degrees twice in September. In that year the city exceeded 29 degrees twice, including the hottest September day on record of 30.7 degrees.
The sun will shine all day, providing stunning weather for picnics and going to the beach. Many will remember that last Sunday was just as hot and sunny.
Monday will be a warm day with cloud building during the afternoon before a couple of evening showers. The showers will be due to an approaching low pressure system, which will bring a cool airmass.
Perth will be substantially cooler from Tuesday to Thursday, with maximum temperatures near the September average of 20 degrees. On Tuesday showers will ease off during the morning. Then on Wednesday and Thursday skies will be mostly clear with only the odd light shower or two.
On Friday a cold front will approach bringing a stronger cool change with further showers and fresh winds. Saturday will then be the coldest day of the week with showers and strong winds likely.
Next Sunday won't be nearly as good for going to the beach as today because it will be cool with the chance of a couple of light showers.
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