South East QLD Daily Forecast & Alerts

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    Saturday 21st May 2022

    A high pressure system near Tasmania will generate fresh south easterly winds across all of South East QLD. These winds will cause scattered showers along the coast. A mid level trough with converging northerly winds across the Wide Bay Burnett will cause rain areas from about Roma, Toowoomba, to Brisbane northwards and east from Warwick. The heaviest falls are expected across the Wide Bay and South East Coast. Only light rain or a few showers are forecast across the Southern and Western Downs and Granite Belt. It will be a very cool day under heavy cloud and rain areas.
    Temperatures:
    Brisbane 16-20ºc, Ipswich 14-20ºc, Beaudesert 13-19ºc, Gold Coast Seaway 17-21ºc, Gold Coast Inland 15-20ºc, Coolangatta 16-21ºc, Sunshine Coast 16-21ºc, Gympie 15-20ºc, Hervey Bay 18-21ºc, Maryborough 18-21ºc, Kingaroy 13-16ºc, Bundaberg 17-21ºc, Gayndah 15-20ºc, Gatton 14-19ºc, Toowoomba 12-15ºc, Warwick 11-16ºc, Dalby 12-17ºc, Stanthorpe 10-15ºc, Roma 11-21ºc, St George 11-14ºc.

    Sunday 22nd May 2022

    The mid level trough will move offshore taking the rain with it. A high pressure system near Tasmania will generate fresh south easterly winds across all of South East QLD. These winds will cause some light showers along the coast. Fine conditions inland with easterly winds. It will be a cool day under heavy cloud.
    Temperatures:
    Brisbane 16-20ºc, Ipswich 14-20ºc, Beaudesert 13-19ºc, Gold Coast Seaway 17-21ºc, Gold Coast Inland 15-20ºc, Coolangatta 16-21ºc, Sunshine Coast 16-21ºc, Gympie 15-20ºc, Hervey Bay 18-21ºc, Maryborough 18-21ºc, Kingaroy 13-16ºc, Bundaberg 17-21ºc, Gayndah 15-20ºc, Gatton 14-19ºc, Toowoomba 12-15ºc, Warwick 11-16ºc, Dalby 12-17ºc, Stanthorpe 10-15ºc, Roma 11-21ºc, St George 11-14ºc.

    Monday 23rd May 2022

    A large high pressure system near Tasmania will push south easterly winds onto the coast with easterly winds through inland areas. The onshore flow will cause a few light showers along the coast. Fine but cloudy inland. Cool daytime temperatures. 
    Temperatures:
    Brisbane 15-22ºc, Ipswich 13-23ºc, Beaudesert 13-22ºc, Gold Coast Seaway 17-22ºc, Gold Coast Inland 15-22ºc, Coolangatta 16-22ºc, Sunshine Coast 16-22ºc, Gympie 15-22ºc, Hervey Bay 17-24ºc, Maryborough 16-24ºc, Kingaroy 12-19ºc, Bundaberg 17-24ºc, Gayndah 15-24ºc, Gatton 14-23ºc, Toowoomba 11-17ºc, Warwick 11-19ºc, Dalby 11-21ºc, Stanthorpe 10-16ºc, Roma 12-22ºc, St George 11-21ºc.

    Extended forecast for Tuesday 24th and Wednesday 25th of May 2022

    During Tuesday and Wednesday a large slow moving blocking high pressure system will push south east onshore winds onto the coast. This will continue to produce some showers along the coast east of the ranges. Fine but partly cloudy west of the ranges. 

    Flood Risk Map

    There is residual flooding across South East QLD due to recent rain. No new flood risk map is required.