South East QLD Daily Forecast

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    Wednesday 17th of July 2024

    Gusty West to South West winds are expected to remain in place across the entire forecast region throughout the day. These winds are expected to peak at 40-60km/h across most areas, with higher gusts of 60-70km/h possible over the Ranges and South East Coast. These winds are likely going to remain associated with a large polar airmass moving across South Eastern Australia, which will help to continue to direct some mid level moisture over the Border from New South Wales into the Warrego & Maranoa, Darling Downs and Granite Belt. Any showers across these areas will likely remain hit and miss, and light, which will lead to only a few mm being observed for any areas that do receive showers. The rest of the forecast region is expected to see widespread fine and sunny conditions.

    Widespread below to well below average temperatures are expected across the entire forecast region, with a considerable wind chill factor being in place across all areas (potentially making it feel between 8 and 12ºc colder than the actual air temperature).

    Temperatures: Brisbane 8-17ºc, Ipswich 3-17ºc, Beaudesert 4-17ºc, Gold Coast Seaway 8-18ºc, Gold Coast Inland 3-17ºc, Coolangatta 7-18ºc, Sunshine Coast 6-17ºc, Gympie 4-17ºc, Hervey Bay 7-18ºc, Maryborough 5-18ºc, Kingaroy 0-13ºc, Bundaberg 6-19ºc, Gayndah 3-18ºc, Gatton 5-16ºc, Toowoomba 3-10ºc, Warwick 1-11ºc, Dalby 0-13ºc, Stanthorpe 0-8ºc, Goondiwindi 4-14ºc, Roma 0-14ºc, St George 3-14ºc.

    Thursday 18th of July 2024

    Strong to very strong South Westerly winds are expected to dominate the entire forecast region throughout the day. These winds are expected to produce mostly dry air aloft, which will spread across the South East Coast, Wide Bay & Burnett and produce widespread fine and sunny conditions. Across Inland areas, some lingering mid level moisture may become briefly favourable for some very hit and miss showers across the Darling Downs.& Granite Belt, with any showers that do occur, likely producing falls of less than a few mm at most. Peak winds of 40-60km/h are expected over the majority of the forecast region, with possible higher gusts impacting the Great Dividing Range. These winds are expected to make it feel considerably colder.

    Temperatures: Brisbane 9-20ºc, Ipswich 5-19ºc, Beaudesert 4-20ºc, Gold Coast Seaway 9-20ºc, Gold Coast Inland 5-20ºc, Coolangatta 8-20ºc, Sunshine Coast 8-18ºc, Gympie 5-18ºc, Hervey Bay 7-19ºc, Maryborough 6-19ºc, Kingaroy 2-14ºc, Bundaberg 6-19ºc, Gayndah 5-15ºc, Gatton 8-18ºc, Toowoomba 6-12ºc, Warwick 4-14ºc, Dalby 3-14ºc, Stanthorpe 2-11ºc, Goondiwindi 5-15ºc, Roma 2-16ºc, St George 5-15ºc.

    Friday 19th of July 2024

    West to South West winds are expected to continue across the entire forecast region throughout the day. These winds are expected to be slightly lighter than previous days, but may still remain gusty at times – particularly over exposed Coastal areas, the Gold Coast & Sunshine Coast hinterlands, and the Great Dividing Range. These winds are expected to push dry air over the region, which will lead to widespread fine and sunny conditions. Morning frost is possible across ‘some’ Inland locations with minimums dropping towards freezing – however the wind may prevent frost from settling.

    Temperatures: Brisbane 9-21ºc, Ipswich 3-21ºc, Beaudesert 3-21ºc, Gold Coast Seaway 9-21ºc, Gold Coast Inland 3-21ºc, Coolangatta 8-21ºc, Sunshine Coast 9-21ºc, Gympie 5-22ºc, Hervey Bay 8-20ºc, Maryborough 6-22ºc, Kingaroy 1-18ºc, Bundaberg 7-21ºc, Gayndah 4-22ºc, Gatton 6-20ºc, Toowoomba 4-14ºc, Warwick 1-16ºc, Dalby 1-18ºc, Stanthorpe 1-13ºc, Goondiwindi 3-16ºc, Roma 0-19ºc, St George 3-17ºc.

    Extended forecast for Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st of July

    During  Saturday, widespread fine and sunny conditions are likely over the entire forecast region. During Sunday, widespread fine and sunny conditions are likely over the entire forecast region.

    Flood Risk Map

    There are currently no flood threats across SEQLD. 

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