Unsettling weather on way

YOU may need to pack your brolly along with the car-load of kids to the show this weekend, with some good falls predicted to moisten the showgrounds arena.

Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Terry Erbs said “unsettled” would be the best way to describe the weather conditions expected for the next few days around Warwick.

“We have a trough with showers and thunderstorms moving through the area into (today) with a more significant trough entering the channel country (tomorrow) that will possibly bring some moderate to heavy falls to the Downs,” he said.

Mr Erbs said with the cloud cover the minimum temperatures would be up by one or two degrees, however daytime maximums are expected to drop by up to four degrees.

“As the cloud increases, (today’s maximum temperatures will be) down to 27 and probably by Sunday into the mid-20s,” he said. “That would be similarly affected with the minimum temperatures to be in the mid-teens.”

He said the storm activity this afternoon was unlikely to bring with it severe conditions.

He said if the region was to experience any heavy falls, it would likely happen Sunday when the main thundery rain band passes through.



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