SUNNY DAYS: Sisters Alyshia and Jessica Ezzy have been eagerly awaiting spring’s arrival, as it heralds longer play time outside.
SUNNY DAYS: Sisters Alyshia and Jessica Ezzy have been eagerly awaiting spring’s arrival, as it heralds longer play time outside. Erin Smith

Warwick set for warmer-than-usual spring

AFTER enjoying its seventh warmest winter on record, the Rose City can now start preparing for sunny skies and warmer-than-usual days this spring.

Weatherzone meteorologist Rob Sharpe said the mercury was only going one way.

"Warwick is likely to see a warmer than usual September due to a quite warm air mass sitting over the nation at the moment," he said.

"In October and November, normal spring conditions should be dominant and we are likely to see average or slightly above average temperatures."

The average maximum temperature for Warwick in September is 23 degrees and although it is just three days into the month, Warwick is already enjoying warmer than average days.

Got a great 'spring has sprung' photo? Send it to editor@warwickdailynews.com.au



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