A line of storms has ripped through the Goldfields city of Kalgoorlie-Boulder felling trees, bringing down power poles and flooding the streets.
The sudden storms brought strong winds - one gust as high as 107 kilometres per hour was recorded at the airport - with hail and 12mm of rain causing damage to properties across the city.
The Bureau of Meteorology said the conditions should ease soon, and locals are now cleaning up the mess.
A line of severe storms moving through Kalgoorlie-Boulder now. Heavy rain and a 107km/h wind gust recorded at the airport. Conditions should ease at Kal' after this line goes through. https://t.co/WRuJXyodukpic.twitter.com/eq8H3H2J2M??? Bureau of Meteorology, Western Australia (@BOM_WA) November 18, 2017
A severe thunderstorm warning remains for the Goldfields, South East Coastal, parts of the Eucla, Central Wheat Belt and Great Southern..
Perth is seeing stormy weather too, albeit no on quite the same scale, with showers forecast for Saturday and Sunday.
Perth 7-day forecast:
Saturday - 24, showers
Sunday - 14, 24, possible morning shower
Monday - 13, 24, partly cloudy
Tuesday - 13, 27, cloud clearing
Wednesday - 13, 30, sunny
Thursday - 16, 34, sunny
Friday - 18, 33, mostly sunny