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Showers, storms on horizon

A frosty sunrise snapped by Stephen Reid at Bronsans Farm at Killarney. To see the full landscape version of this stunning photo visit our Wonderful Warwick Facebook page.
A frosty sunrise snapped by Stephen Reid at Bronsans Farm at Killarney. To see the full landscape version of this stunning photo visit our Wonderful Warwick Facebook page. Stephen Reid

THE dry spell could come to an end this week with showers and thunderstorms on the horizon.

Bureau of Meteorology senior forecaster Brett Harrison said it should remain fine today.

"(Today) will be fine but partly cloudy with early frosts," he said.

"It will reach a low of two and a maximum of 21."

Tomorrow will be cloudy but slightly warmer ranging from five to 23 degrees.

"There will be isolated showers on Thursday with a possible thunderstorm," Mr Harrison said.

"It is too early to tell how severe it will be."

There will also be showers and a possible thunderstorm on Friday.

The temperature will range from 10 to 23 degrees.

Mr Harrison said cool south-westerly winds would also make an appearance on Friday.

Topics:  showers, storm, warwick, weather




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