Western Australia has been warned to batten down the hatches as the strongest cold front of the year barrels toward it. Squally weather packing damaging winds with gusts of more than 100km/h are likely to hit the state's south, the Bureau of Meteorology says.
A crop report for the July 2021 harvest said the Albany Port zone is predicted to finish the season with an average crop tonnage of 3.9 million, despite the significant damaged from heavy rain in the Great Southern.
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