More wet weather ahead for Southern Downs

IT CERTAINLY doesn't feel like a summer's day outside - and it looks like it will stay that way for a while.

Cool, rainy weather has brought some welcome falls of rain to the Southern Downs in the past 24 hours.

In the 24 hours to 9am this morning, there have been widespread reports of 2 to 10mm across the region.

Areas east of Warwick have had the heaviest rain, with 28mm at Emu Vale and 16mm at Queen Mary Falls.

The falls have continued throughout the day, with Warwick recording 5.6mm of rain since 9am this morning.

Killarney has only had 2mm, while Allora and Goomburra have both received 10mm,.

The Bureau of Meteorology is forecasting more rain and storms for later this afternoon and tonight, possibly bringing heavy falls to eastern parts of the Southern Downs.

Further showers and storms are also forecast for tomorrow.



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