It's raining, it's pouring...Warwick gets a soaking
PULL out the raincoat, Warwick is in for a wet couple of days after receiving steady rainfall overnight.
Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Lauren Pattie said about 8.6mm of rain had fallen in Warwick since 9am yesterday.
But Queen Mary Falls received the most rain in the region, with 28mm of rain recorded.
"We saw a south to south-easterly change push through yesterday and behind it there's a cool air mass with cloud cover and patchy rain areas associated with that change,” Ms Pattie said.
The rain is set to hang around with a further 10-15mm expected to fall both today and tomorrow.
"It starts to clear overnight on Saturday from the south and by Sunday there's not much at all, some cloud lingering about but maybe some rain early in the morning,” Ms Pattie said.
Temperatures will stay low for the next couple of days with today predicted to reach 20 degrees and tomorrow forecast to be 23 degrees.
Ms Pattie said wind might be about 15-25km/hr both today and tomorrow.