ROSES: Spring is out and summer is in.
ROSES: Spring is out and summer is in. Elyse Wurm

THAT'S A WRAP: Spring is out and summer is in

SPRING brought temperatures to Warwick that were slightly above average and summer could follow suit.

Bureau of Meteorology meteorologist James Thompson said spring brought three months with different conditions.

"September was quite a dry month across Queensland with some severe fire dangers across the Darling Downs,” he said.

"When we went into October we saw some more moisture and rain falling in the south east with some storms coming across in October and November.”

Spring saw maximum temperatures 0.5 degrees above average, while 0.6mm of rain fell in September from an average of 35mm.

Mr Thompson said October and November saw rainfall closer to the expected amount, at 60mm and 41mm respectively.

There is a 55percent chance summer could see higher than average rainfall and a 50percent chance maximum temperatures could soar higher than normal.



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