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.