Helena Moore snapped this great shot of the red sun.
Helena Moore snapped this great shot of the red sun.

More cool mornings on way

FIVE degrees with a slight chance of frost was on the cards for the Rose City this morning.

Chilly mornings only add to the long list of topsy turvy things Mother Nature has thrown at the Southern Downs, with a red sunset, smoky haze, fog and more seen over the past week.

Daily News Facebook fans were loving the opportunities to snap a great photo to share on our page, with a selection of shots from talented readers here for you to enjoy.

And by the looks of Weatherzone's seven-day forecast, the photo opportunities will no doubt keep flowing in, with colder mornings and showers on the radar.

Tomorrow looks likely to have a minimum of six degrees, and eight degrees on Monday, warming up to 24 and 25 respectively.

Mostly sunny conditions are expected for Warwick until Wednesday which will see showers, and a possibility of more showers on Thursday.

So far on record, yesterday was the coldest day of the year at 6.5 degrees with this morning tipped to slightly beat it.

Stanthorpe was expected to hit one degree cooler than the Rose City this morning at 4 degrees, with a minimum of five degrees and a chance of frost also a possibility tomorrow.

Stanthorpe's minimum temperatures are expected to stay below 10 degrees every morning this week until Thursday.



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