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Cold mornings on the way back

This stellar shot was captured by Terry West 20kms west of Warwick on Thursday night.
This stellar shot was captured by Terry West 20kms west of Warwick on Thursday night. Terry West

FOR those hoping the warm mornings were sticking around for the weekend, the bad news is the forecast says otherwise.

This morning was set to have a low of 2 degrees with a top of 22 as the day progresses. Despite the chilly morning, it's predicted to be mostly sunny and tomorrow should be much the same.

Sunday will see temperatures drop to the zero mark in the wee hours of the morning, with a top of 21 degrees.

While today there was only a moderate chance of frost, chances are we will experience some icy windscreens tomorrow.

For those lucky enough to score a bit of rain on Thursday night, we probably won't be seeing any around this weekend with only a 10% chance of rainfall today, but up to 40% tomorrow.

Come Monday we should see some showers around Warwick and surrounding districts.

This beautiful photo of Thursday night's storm was snapped by Terry West about 20km west of Warwick.

If you are a bit handy with a camera, or if you happen to snap something gorgeous over the weekend, whether it be the frost or just a picturesque photo of the place in which we live, we want to see it.

Send it in to edit@warwickdailynews.com.au and we'll share it on our Facebook or in the paper.

Happy snapping...

Topics:  cold, warwick, weather




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