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SEQ weather: Warm change for southeast Qld
SEQ weather: Warm change for southeast Qld

Winter is coming... but first, a nice warm change

Queenslanders should delay packing away the beach and camping gear this weekend, with glorious clear skies and warmer temperatures returning for a brief encore.

Sceptics would struggle to find fault in the forecast weather for the next few days, with sunny skies, light winds and low chances of rain predicted until mid-next week.

Weather bureau senior meteorologist Jonty Hall said weather patterns had rearranged a bit after the thunderstorms that rolled through the southeast in the past few days, and most of Queensland should experience idyllic temperatures and sunshine.
"The low-pressure systems that brought storms and heavy rain have well and truly moved-off the coastline and have been replaced by low-winds making for nicer conditions," Mr Hall said.

 

Levi Roth, 7, cools off at Cotton Tree with dad David. Picture: Lachie Millard
Levi Roth, 7, cools off at Cotton Tree with dad David. Picture: Lachie Millard

 

While Queenslanders have seen cooler temperatures overnight and in the mornings paving the way for the upcoming winter, there are no more cold snaps anticipated in the near future.

When asked if southeast residents should capitalise on the weather and schedule in a beach trip, Jonty gave an enthusiastic yes.
"Oh, absolutely, in fact I'll be heading to the beach myself" he said.

David Roth, of Sippy Downs on the Sunshine Coast, was one of those enjoying the beautiful weather at Maroochydore's Cotton Tree, taking son Levi down to the water and riding the waves.
The weather forecast predicts averages highs of around 26C for the coming week, peaking about 28C on Sunday and Monday.

 

CURRENT TEMPS & 7-DAY FORECASTS

 

 

BRISBANE Queensland

 

 

 

GOLD COAST Queensland

 

 

 

 

SUNSHINE COAST Queensland

 

 

 

REDCLIFFE Queensland

 

 

 

LOGAN Queensland

 

 

 

IPSWICH Queensland

 

 

 

 

 

TOOWOOMBA Queensland

 

 

 

 

DALBY Queensland

 

 

 

WARWICK Queensland

 

 

 

STANTHORPE Queensland

 

 

Originally published as Winter is coming... but first, a nice warm change



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