Jordan Byrne braved the drizzle at Little Athletics on Saturday morning.
Jordan Byrne braved the drizzle at Little Athletics on Saturday morning. Emma Channon

Rain welcome after dry spell

THE weekend brought with it some drizzly weather, but no complaints.

After recent dry conditions farmers were eager for a wet delivery from the clouds, so the rainfall was welcomed.

Warwick saw a total of 48mm of rainfall last week and Allora 59mm.

Killarney received 30mm and Yangan about 38mm.

Meteorologist Peter Otto from the Bureau of Meteorology said more rainfall was expected this week.

There is a chance of showers and a storm later today and much the same tomorrow.

Wednesday should be fine, while Thursday is expected to have the most weather activity with showers and storms predicted.

Temperatures will range from 14 to 30 degrees today and 16 to 31 degrees tomorrow.

Wednesday will have a low of 16 degrees and a top of 29.

Thursday will be a bit cooler with a minimum of 16 and tops of 26 degrees.

 

How much rainfall did you receive? Sound off in the comments below.


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