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A chilly forecast for festival

Liley, Izak, Zara and Neve Kruger enjoy the perks of the cool weather.
Liley, Izak, Zara and Neve Kruger enjoy the perks of the cool weather. Kirsty Kruger

WARWICK festival-lovers may head to Dalby this weekend for Triple J's One Night Stand, but that doesn't mean they'll be escaping the cold.

While we felt the temperatures drop yesterday, Warwick is expected to see the clouds open this week, with showers on the radar.

Meteorologist from the Bureau of Meteorology Tony Auden said despite the next few days being the quietest of the week in regards to weather activity, Southern Downs residents should keep their jumpers handy.

"We're looking at possible showers (today and tomorrow) probably in the afternoon," Mr Auden said.

By Friday, he said cloud cover would begin to smother the sky.

"There is an upper trough developing over north Queensland over the next few days and it will begin to move south on Friday, which is why we'll see the cloud cover then," Mr Auden said.

"General rain will continue over the weekend, as will the cool temperatures."

Today is expected to have a minimum of six degrees and a top of 19.

Tomorrow looks to be much the same story, with a low of seven and a high of 19.

Mr Auden said Friday would have a low of seven and a high of 18, but with more rain.

"Keep an eye on the forecast to keep up with any changes, but we will potentially see moderate rainfall over the weekend, but we're not expecting any frost for the next few days," he said.

And for the record, One Night Standers, Dalby is set to be rainy, cloudy and cold this Saturday.

Visit http://www.bom.gov.au to keep up to date with the forecast.

 

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The improvement would be mild when compared to past cycles