News

Dawn service starts wintry mornings

Return service men experience sunshine as they march as part of the Diggers’ Column in the Anzac Day parade, but not before experiencing the fog the early morning dawn service had to offer.
Return service men experience sunshine as they march as part of the Diggers’ Column in the Anzac Day parade, but not before experiencing the fog the early morning dawn service had to offer. Jeremy Sollars

IF YOU slept in then it would have been hard to believe the warmth experienced by the Rose City yesterday came second to a much foggier and cooler morning.

Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Andrew Bufalino said it looked like the cooler temperatures experienced overnight Tuesday would start to set in as winter approached.

"This is a weather pattern we usually get around autumn," he said.

"(Today) we will see a minimum of 6 degrees, Friday will be 8 and looking forward to Saturday the minimum will be 11 degrees with the same on Sunday.

"Daytime temperatures are going to stay between 22-24 degrees over the same four-day period.

"There are some south-westerly winds pushing up the continent and cloud coverage that is keeping the temperatures below average."

Mr Bufalino said frost was not too far away for Warwick.

"(Today) could see frost around the area, especially further south and as you move towards the Western Downs," he said.

Topics:  burea of meteorology weather



Fire crew responds to petrol station

FUEL SPILL: A Warwick crew has been called to a local petrol station.

A van spills fuel in Warwick

Big win for Australians

The Commonwealth Bank announced an abolition of ATM fees yesterday.

Banks follow Commonwealth's lead and drop ATM fees.

Fire crews still on scene at Southern Downs blaze

Multiple fire units are at the two fires

A fire has been monitored overnight to protect structures

Local Partners