Amy Ryan, Thomas Ryan and Mckayla Demamiel at The Warwick Community Kindergarten party on a fine Sunday.
Amy Ryan, Thomas Ryan and Mckayla Demamiel at The Warwick Community Kindergarten party on a fine Sunday. Gerard Walsh

Fine but cool Anzac Day expected

ANZAC Day should be fine according to the latest forecast from the Bureau of Meteorology in Brisbane.

Senior forecaster Jonty Hall said a system was coming from the west today but might struggle to make it to the Darling Downs.

"We may see a shower or two late in the day," Hall said.

"Tuesday will be cloudy with some rain areas, maybe a thunderstorm.

"That should clear through overnight Tuesday and into Wednesday leaving us with a fine but cooler Anzac Day."

Light winds were being experienced yesterday and once the early week system clears, a south-westerly wind will come through the Darling Downs and Granite Belt.

Hall said the wind would bring quite a bit cooler daytime temperatures.

"By Thursday morning, overnight temperatures will drop off," Hall said.

While he said it was a bit early to tell, widespread frosts were not expected on the Darling Downs or Granite Belt.

"Some of the more frost-prone areas could experience a light frost," he said.

Cloudy conditions and a few showers are expected next weekend but not significant rain.


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