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Thunderstorms and heavy rain head towards Ipswich region

HEAVY rain and possible thunderstorms are headed towards the Ipswich area.

The Bureau of Meteorology radar is showing a large band of cloud approaching from the south-west.

No severe thunderstorm warnings are current for the south-east Queensland region.

The bureau has forecast a thunderstorm or two for this evening.

Maximum temperatures in the mid-to-high 30s are forecast for the next six days.

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