Gavin Stewart and his daughter Tia cool off at WIRAC in Warwick yesterday.
Gavin Stewart and his daughter Tia cool off at WIRAC in Warwick yesterday. Gerard Walsh

Heat will ease a little but there's more on the way

GAVIN Stewart has lived in Warwick for 23 years and reckons this summer is the hottest.

Mr Stewart was at WIRAC with daughter Tia yesterday and said there had been hotter single days but not such a period of heat.

Yesterday, the duty forecaster at the Bureau of Meteorology said Warwick reached 37.6 degrees at 3.59pm yesterday.

"There will be relief on Monday when there is a change in the air mass," the forecaster said.

"The change will be late morning or early afternoon and could include a few showers and possibly a thunderstorm."

There will be cooler south-east to north-east winds today and an expected maximum of 31.

It will be cooler tomorrow with a maximum of 28 then the temperature is expected to rise again each day to Saturday.

The likelihood of rain will dwindle for the rest of the week.

 

Maximums

  • Today 31 degrees
  • Tomorrow 28
  • Wednesday 32
  • Thursday 34
  • Friday 36
  • Saturday 38


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