Two days of sub-zero temperatures

TWO days of sub-zero temperatures greeted the Rose City on Sunday and yesterday.

Official Bureau of Meteorology figures showed Warwick temperatures dropped to -1.7 degrees on Sunday morning – the coldest day so far this month – and -0.8 yesterday morning.

As for the week’s outlook, Weatherzone is predicting mostly sunny conditions, with a 50 per cent chance of rain tomorrow and a late shower on Thursday, with showers increasing on Sunday.

Our friends on the Granite Belt shivered through -2.5 degree temperatures on Sunday and 0 degrees yesterday.

Stanthorpe should also see some showers on Thursday and Sunday, with the rest of the week mostly sunny.

Meanwhile, keen astronomers will have their telescopes at the ready on Saturday as they prepare to watch the second lunar eclipse of the year.

A lunar eclipse happens when the moon passes behind the earth, blocking the sun’s rays from striking the moon.

The night-time show should start about 7.30pm, with more than half of the moon covered by 9.39pm.



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