Ash Payne will have a lot less dust to kick if the predicted storm hits tomorrow.
Ash Payne will have a lot less dust to kick if the predicted storm hits tomorrow. Erin Smith

Weather man tips rain

WITH only 0.4mm of rain recorded so far this month it is no wonder the grass is brown and the ground dusty, but a Bureau of Meteorology senior forecaster says rain is on the way.

"(Today) will be fine," senior forecaster Bryan Rolstone said.

"There was a storm further west of us (yesterday), but it will be closer to the western parts of the Darling Downs (today).

"(Tomorrow) is more likely for rain, mixed in with a storm which will be spread across the region.

"Saturday will be mostly rain all day with a bit of local thunder."

Mr Rolstone said the temperatures for the next few days would be close to the average.

"The average temperature for this time of the year is mid-20s," he said.

"There will be mild nights, but cooler in the day."

The highest November temperature on record was measured on November 17 2009 at a hot 38 degrees.

This year the mercury has only climbed to a top of 31.1 degrees on November 1.

Temperatures

Today: 14-30

Tomorrow: 16-26

Saturday: 15-23

Sunday: 11-24

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