Builder Mark Collins cools off with a stubby of Summer.
Builder Mark Collins cools off with a stubby of Summer. Georja Ryan

Enjoy the great taste of summer

THERE is nothing better than an icy cold beer on a hot summer's day, and as long as the heat sticks around, so too will the XXXX Summer Competition which could see you taking home a free carton of this low-carb brew from the Daily News.

Yesterday got to three degrees above average, reaching 36 degrees in Warwick, but we are expected to see a slightly cooler change today.

Bureau of Meteorology Forecaster Gaven Holcombe said the cool change is due to a change in wind direction.

"We'll see a south easterly change in the morning but temperatures will be about average," Mr Holcombe said.

Friday will also be a cooler one, with temperatures below average with a high of 28 degrees.

"The weekend outlook is looking quite cool, with temperatures only getting up to the mid twenties," Mr Holcombe said.

"So that will be about five or six degrees below average."

Warwick may also see some showers across the weekend.

The cooler change will be welcomed by many as locals strived to escape the recent heat wave.

It seemed everyone had the same idea to hide from the heat; check out page 19 to hear about WIRAC's busiest day at the pool.

TO ENTER

We're giving away two cartons of XXXX Summer every week during January and February.

To enter, simply fill out and cut out the entry form on page 2 of today's newspaper and either send it to XXXX Summer Competition, Warwick Daily News, PO Box 358, Warwick, Qld, 4370 or drop it to our office at 50 Albion St.


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