A HEAVY downpour this afternoon caused minor flooding in the Margaret River main street, with Margaret River Flight Centre having to bail out water that poured downhill and into their office.
Pedestrians were marooned as water gushed down the roads, and cars sent up waves as they drove through puddles.
At 2.30pm, Witchcliffe recorded 10mm of rain since 9am.
A severe weather warning was issued by the Bureau of Meteorology at 1pm today, warning of locally dangerous winds to 125kmph that could damage homes and properties.
However, the severe weather warning was cancelled at 4.10pm after the cold front passed without the predicted high winds.
BOM's revised forecast advised that showers across the South West were still predicted as the front moved east, but severe weather was no longer expected.
The Margaret River State Emergency Service reported no callouts as of 1pm Tuesday.