Tomorrow's maximum temperature is expected to be several degrees below average.
Tomorrow's maximum temperature is expected to be several degrees below average.

Brace for another cold morning

SOUTHERN Downs and Granite Belt dwellers should brace for another cold morning tomorrow with temperatures again expected to be well below average for this time of year.

At its lowest, the mercury today dropped to about 10 degrees below the long-term average maximum of 9.4 in Warwick, and tomorrow is expected to be only one or two degrees warmer overall.

An early frost is expected across the region and a minimum of one degree is forecast, rising to a maximum of 15, with fine conditions overall.

Sleet had been predicted locally for Stanthorpe tomorrow but the Bureau of Meteorology said this was unlikely, although rain should settle in overnight on Saturday over the Warwick and Stanthorpe areas.

Rain on Sunday may be accompanied by local thunder as an upper level low from western Queensland continues to move across the region.

Send your frosty photos to editor@warwickdailynews.com.au



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