Darren Pettiford avoids the winter weather by warming up by the Warwick Hotel’s wood fire with a glass of red wine.
Darren Pettiford avoids the winter weather by warming up by the Warwick Hotel’s wood fire with a glass of red wine. Brooke Littlewood

Chilly and wet long weekend ahead

EXPECTED wet weather has washed away any hopes of a sunny long weekend in Warwick.

The Bureau of Meteorology said an upper trough which entered the area last night brought unsettled conditions and isolated showers.

It is predicted that today's minimum temperature will plummet to 4 degrees, while the maximum will reach 17 degrees.

Meanwhile, both tomorrow and Monday will reach a minimum of 4 degrees and hit a maximum of 16 degrees.

Afternoon showers are expected tomorrow and will continue on to Monday, expected to clear into the evening.

Although the weekend may bring some showers, the Bureau of Meteorology said there was "not a lot in them".

Winter made its mark in its first week with the coldest day recorded being 3 degrees on May 15.

The minimum long-term average for June is 4.7 degrees and the maximum 18 degrees.

 

FORECAST

Today: Minimum 4 degrees, max 17

Tomorrow: Min 4, max 16

Monday: Min 4, max 16



LEFT TO DUST: Man refuses to pay rates until road is sealed

premium_icon LEFT TO DUST: Man refuses to pay rates until road is sealed

First sight of bitumen in 20 years a "lifesaver” for some

PERFECT STORM: New hair salon blows in with rebellious twist

premium_icon PERFECT STORM: New hair salon blows in with rebellious twist

An skilled stylist has decided to set down her roots in Warwick

Clucking good bargains make chooks hard to resist

Clucking good bargains make chooks hard to resist

Bidding at the Pig and Calf Sale gets the better of visiting family

Local Partners