Prepare yourselves, Perth, the Bureau of Metrology predicts we could be in for our warmest Christmas Day since 2012, this Tuesday!
According to the Bureau we could be in for a perfect sunny day, with temperates reaching 34°C with no rain expected.
“Generally during summer time, It’s gonna be a west coast trough,” Senior Forecaster, Austen Watkins explained. "That draws in heat from inland and northern areas of the state and that’s able to bring the heat for summer.
"And that position of where that trough is compared to the west coast will then determine what temperatures we get generally speaking when we have the trough off the coast."
For Christmas, research suggests that “that trough is going to be pretty much near the west coast and without the strong reach in the east, it looks like the trough will move inland fairly early."
Temperatures are expected to drop come Boxing Day to a comfortable 27°C.
It looks like our Christmas is definitely going to be merry and bright!
Stay up to date on all things Hit Network with the app now!
West Coast Eagles legend Jeremy McGovern on why he decided to re-sign with the club