Sisters Katerina and Angelina Young did not let the cool, windy weather on Saturday stop them from enjoying a play at Leslie Park.
Sisters Katerina and Angelina Young did not let the cool, windy weather on Saturday stop them from enjoying a play at Leslie Park. Erin Smith

This week expected to be a wet one

BUREAU of Meteorology forecaster Kev Hutchins predicts residents close to the Great Dividing Range may need their raincoats this week.

"The showers will increase slightly Monday with areas of patchy rain," Mr Hutchins said.

The most rain will be on the ranges and towards the coast with less rain west of Warwick.

"You could get 10mm under a shower but the falls should be much greater east of the Great Dividing Range," he said.

Some time tomorrow, the rain will decrease with isolated showers predicted for Wednesday.

By Thursday, the showers will be more to the east. Anywhere west of a line from Dalby to Millmerran should not expect showers on Thursday.

Mr Hutchins said the eastern most parts of the Darling Downs and Granite Belt could receive a shower on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Winds will be predominately easterly for the entire week.

Temperatures

  • 24-25 degree maximum until Wednesday.
  • 26 degrees on Thursday and increasing to 29 degrees towards the weekend.


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