More rain headed Warwick's way
WARWICK and surrounding districts appear to be booked for some more wet days, starting today.
The Bureau of Meteorology said a weak ridge lying along Queensland's southeast coast and a surface trough stretching from the northwest of the state down to the southeast would persist until Monday.
"An upper level trough and associated cloud band should remain over the southern interior during the weekend and into the early part of the new week," a forecaster said.
"The outlook for the Southern Downs for (today) is for cloudy conditions and a 95% chance of rain in the form of showers and possible storms, and possible locally heavy falls."
Winds today should be east to south-easterly, with a top daytime temperature of 28 degrees.
It's much the same story for tomorrow and Monday, with a slightly decreased - as in 70% - chance of showers and a late storm both days.
Tomorrow's maximum should be in the low to mid 20s and 30 degrees on Monday.
- Elbow Valley 59mm
- The Head 13mm
- Killarney 16mm
- Maryvale 18mm
- Goomburra 27mm
- Emu Vale 15mm
- Warwick 23mm
- Bony Mountain 37mm
- Talgai 53mm
- Stanthorpe 64mm
- Wallangarra 15mm
- Goondiwindi 12mm
(Official BOM figures to 9am yesterday; Gambuble Rd weather station near Mt Colliery recorded 20mm after 9am yesterday).
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