Whip out the sunnies, Warwick's in for a warm one
IT'S time to pull those t-shirts out from the back of the wardrobe as Warwick basks in a warm spell.
Today is expected to reach a top of 29 degrees, after residents enjoyed a top of 28 degrees yesterday.
Bureau of Meteorology meteorologist Aditi Sharan said a trough system was causing the warmth.
"There's a trough system that's coming through the Darling Downs region, ahead of it there's northerly winds and that's causing the temperature go up,” she said.
Today Warwick will climb about two and a half degrees above the September average of 26.6 degrees.
Miss Sharan said it would also be a little bit windy today, with winds of around 25-35km/hr forecast.
But they are expected to drop down to 15-25km/hr by this evening.
"There's a little bit of wind so there's a chance of dust being kicked up in the area,” she said.
"There is a very slight chance there will be a thunderstorm but with this thunderstorm it's dry and may not produce any rainfall.”
But after today the temperature will dip back down, with Warwick expected to reach a top of just 21 degrees tomorrow.
"The trough will pass through in the evening and the winds will shift southerly tomorrow,” she said.
"For the next few days it's mostly sunny days.”
But it might not be long until warmer weather returns, as Warwick is expected to reach a top of 25 on Tuesday before the temperature climbs to 27 on Wednesday and Thursday.