South East QLD daily forecast & alerts

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    Thursday, August 5th, 2021

    South Westerly winds are expected to impact the South East Coast and Wide Bay & Burnett, with South to South West winds impacting Inland areas of the forecast region. These winds are expected to produce slightly cooler conditions across the entire forecast region along with widespread fine and sunny conditions throughout the day. The combination of clear skies and light winds will also be responsible for producing a cooler morning across the entire forecast region which may include some marginal, patchy frost over the most frost-prone parts of the Granite Belt and Darling Downs.

    Temperatures: Brisbane 9-22ºc, Ipswich 5-22ºc, Beaudesert 4-22ºc, Gold Coast Seaway 9-21ºc, Gold Coast Inland 3-21ºc, Coolangatta 7-20ºc, Sunshine Coast 9-21ºc, Gympie 5-22ºc, Hervey Bay 7-22ºc, Maryborough 6–22ºc, Kingaroy 4-18ºc, Bundaberg 9-22ºc, Gayndah 4-21ºc, Gatton 7-20ºc, Toowoomba 5-15ºc, Warwick 3-16ºc, Dalby 2-17ºc, Stanthorpe 1-13ºc, Roma 2-20ºc, St George 4-19ºc.

    Friday, August 6th, 2021

    South to South West winds are expected to impact Coastal areas of the forecast region during the day, with Southerly winds impacting Inland areas. These winds are expected to continue to produce cooler daytime maximums across the entire forecast region along with widespread fine and sunny conditions across all areas including the potential for expansive blue skies.

    During the morning, the combination of clear skies and light winds will likely result in another cool start to the day with frost possible over the most frost-prone areas of the Granite Belt and Darling Downs, along with temperatures dropping into the low single digits over inland areas of the Wide Bay & Burnet, South East Coast and remaining Inland areas.

    Temperatures: Brisbane 9-22ºc, Ipswich 4-22ºc, Beaudesert 4-22ºc, Gold Coast Seaway 10-21ºc, Gold Coast Inland 3-22ºc, Coolangatta 8-21ºc, Sunshine Coast 8-22ºc, Gympie 5-22ºc, Hervey Bay 7-21ºc, Maryborough 8–22ºc, Kingaroy 3-19ºc, Bundaberg 9-22ºc, Gayndah 5-22ºc, Gatton 5-21ºc, Toowoomba 4-16ºc, Warwick 1-18ºc, Dalby 2-18ºc, Stanthorpe 0-16ºc, Roma 3-20ºc, St George 5-18ºc.

    Saturday, August 7th, 2021

    South to South Westerly winds are expected to dominate entire forecast region during the day. These winds are expected to push dry air across the entire forecast region which will likely result in widespread fine and sunny across the entire forecast region along with near normal daytime temperatures.

    During the morning, a combination of lighter winds and clear skies will become conducive for producing cooler morning temperatures along with the potential for some patchy frost across the Granite Belt, Darling Downs, Warrego & Maranoa and into the Southern Central Highlands.

    Temperatures: Brisbane 9-23ºc, Ipswich 3-23ºc, Beaudesert 4-23ºc, Gold Coast Seaway 11-22ºc, Gold Coast Inland 2-23ºc, Coolangatta 9-22ºc, Sunshine Coast 8-23ºc, Gympie 5-24ºc, Hervey Bay 8-23ºc, Maryborough 6–24ºc, Kingaroy 2-21ºc, Bundaberg 9-24ºc, Gayndah 4-24ºc, Gatton 4-22ºc, Toowoomba 4-17ºc, Warwick 1-19ºc, Dalby 1-19ºc, Stanthorpe 0-16ºc, Roma 1-20ºc, St George 3-19ºc.

    Extended forecast for Sunday 8th of August to Tuesday 10th of August 2021.

    Widespread fine and sunny conditions are expected across the forecast region during Sunday apart from maybe the odd shower over the offshore Islands which isn’t expected to become onto mainland. Showers are expected to increase over Coastal areas on Monday with some good falls possible in isolation over the Sunshine Coast and Fraser Coast – mostly fine conditions are likely across Inland areas. Showers are expected to continue over Coastal areas of the forecast region during Tuesday with generally light falls occurring – mostly fine conditions are likely over Inland areas.