New friends Ben Smith and Amber Kilcoyne, 3, played in the warmth at Leslie Park.
New friends Ben Smith and Amber Kilcoyne, 3, played in the warmth at Leslie Park. Georja Ryan

Cooler mornings, warmer days ahead

IT WAS a warm 22 degrees yesterday and Amber Kilcoyne and Ben Smith, pictured, took advantage of the nice weather at Leslie Park.

The two three-year-olds, who had only met minutes before the Daily News snapped this cute photo, agreed the park was best enjoyed on sunny days.

The forecast looks to be a fair bit cooler over the weekend, with a high chance of frost tomorrow and Sunday.

Those heading to the polocrosse at Morgan Park or out to Leyburn for the Sprints will be glad to hear the sunshine is expected to stick around despite the cooler temperatures.

Tomorrow will see a top of 17 degrees with a low of zero and Sunday will reach 18 degrees after a chilly -2 in the morning.

No rain is predicted, which should keep a lot of people happy.

If you're heading to the races tomorrow, be sure to take a jacket or shawl because once the sun goes down it will get a little on the cool side.

Don't forget to keep your cameras at the ready and snap a great frost photo to send to edit@warwickdailynews.com.au.



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