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Fine and sunny Christmas Day across south-east Queensland

Christmas kids Raiden, Kiahni and Myles Wainwright with Sam Greenshields, Ashley Deans and Vinnie Hall
Christmas kids Raiden, Kiahni and Myles Wainwright with Sam Greenshields, Ashley Deans and Vinnie Hall Leigh Jensen

THE stickiest thing this Christmas Day will hopefully be the tape gleefully ripped off presents.

The Bureau of Meteorology is forecasting a fine and mostly sunny day, with a top of 31 degrees in Brisbane and 30 degrees along the coasts.

Ipswich will be warmer, with a top of 34 degrees predicted.

But forecaster Ben Annells believes it shouldn't be as humid in Brisbane as it was during last week's spate of sticky days.

He said yesterday's humidity hovered around 50 to 60 per cent, and today would probably sit around the same level.

Mr Annells said later on Christmas day, storm cells could develop out near the ranges.

More on this story at Brisbanetimes.com.au

Topics:  brisbane, gold coast, ipswich, sunshine coast, weather




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