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Showers threaten Australia Day II

IPSWICH did not see the rain which had been forecast to arrive on Tuesday, however wet weather is predicted to linger for the rest of the week.

At 2pm Tuesday, Amberley weather station was yet to record a drop of rain, despite some heavy cloud lingering over the region.

The Bureau of Meteorology is forecasting showers to continue until the Queensland Government-dubbed Australia Day II weekend.

There is also the chance of storms on Saturday and Sunday, with temperatures about 30 degrees.

Readers can find daily and weekly forecasts, along with weather warnings and observations on the BoM website at bom.gov.au/qld.

 

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