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More storms predicted for later in the week

Chelsea and Charlie Rolph watch on from Panoramic Drive, Hodgson Vale as storm clouds approach from the south.
Chelsea and Charlie Rolph watch on from Panoramic Drive, Hodgson Vale as storm clouds approach from the south. Grant Rolph

RESIDENTS are being urged to remain vigilant as more unsettled weather is forecast for later in the week.

Meteorologist Ben Annell from the Bureau of Meteorology said conditions were expected to remain unstable until at least next week.

"On Tuesday and Wednesday residents will experience fine spring weather," Mr Annell said.

"However, on Thursday, residents can expect to see a return of isolated showers and thunderstorms.

"This time of year all thunderstorms have the potential to be severe," he said.

Mr Annell said residents could expect showers across the weekend.

"Saturday is shaping up to be an interesting day weather-wise," he said.

"The chance of heavy showers and thunderstorms is high.

"It will remain unsettled across the region until at least Monday next week."

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