Chilly: Ella and 17-month-old Amira Duffy have fun in the park as the weather starts to cool down as winter approaches.
Chilly: Ella and 17-month-old Amira Duffy have fun in the park as the weather starts to cool down as winter approaches.

Change puts chill in the air

ROSE City residents felt a change in weather yesterday as an icy breeze swept over the area, suggesting winter is on its way.

Owen and Joanne Jensen took their two-year-old son Joel to Leslie Park yesterday, pulling on their winter woollies to keep warm.

“It’s starting to get cold now – we are just enjoying the last of the sunshine,” Mrs Jensen said.

Senior forecaster Vikash Prasad said the temperature was a few degrees below the 25-degree average on Monday and yesterday, however Warwick temperatures were expected to rise again today.

“There is a south-easterly southerly change with a high-pressure system moving over Victoria that is bringing the south/south-easterly winds,” Mr Prasad said.

Conditions for today through to Friday are expected to be fine, with the chance of a shower on Friday afternoon as Warwick statistics show this year’s April rainfall is close to beating the 59.8mm record.

Tomorrow’s temperatures are expected to reach 25 degrees and 24 degrees on Friday.



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