Warwick East School students Romena Hudson, April Hudson and Pierce Johnson warm up during a cold start to school yesterday.
Warwick East School students Romena Hudson, April Hudson and Pierce Johnson warm up during a cold start to school yesterday. Emma Channon

Fog clear sign of cold

HEADLIGHTS were switched on as drivers battled heavy fog in Warwick yesterday morning.

Students arrived at school wrapped in scarves and jumpers, a sign that winter wasn’t ready to release its grip on the Rose City.

After a cool start of one degree Celsius, the fog lifted and the temperature rose to a mild 20 degrees.

The forecast for the next few days is for wet weather, which will increase minimum temperatures across the district.

Tomorrow is expected to range from 5 to 19 degrees, with a possibility of showers. Residents can expect from 1 to 5mm of rain on Sunday, with temperatures from 4 to 19 degrees.

Monday is expected to be cooler and bring heavier showers, before westerly winds cool things down on Tuesday, with temperatures of one to 16 degrees. Frosts are expected to return on Wednesday, with temperatures forecast to be from zero to 18 degrees.

Cold starts

Minimum temperatures:

Warwick: 1 degree

Stanthorpe: 1 degree

Killarney: 1 degree



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