ANOTHER icy blast is expected over the south-west today and tomorrow, as a strong cold front makes its presence known.
The Bureau of Meteorology issued another weather warning for the south-west yesterday afternoon, saying residents should prepare for destructive and damaging winds overnight and into today. A sheep graziers warning was also issued.
Damaging winds of about 60 kilometres an hour, with peak gusts of 110km/h, were expected overnight.
Heavy rain is also expected today, with the bureau predicting between 10 and 20 millimetres to fall across the region.
Temperatures are expected to reach only 14 degrees today and tomorrow will be two degrees colder, with a forecast of scattered showers, the chance of hail and snow down to 500 metres.
Showers are also expected across the weekend and into early next week.