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Posted Friday 2nd February 2018. Finally after a long hot dry spell some decent widespread rain is forecast across most of Queensland. Above image: Tropical Tidbits. 

Southern, Central and Northern parts of the state look set to receive widespread falls of 25 to 50mm. Some locations through Central and Northern districts could even get 50 to 100mm. 

An inland surface low and upper trough combination will slowly move North across the state during the weekend. A very moist Easterly wind flow feeding into the system will produce anything from scattered showers and rain areas to thunderstorms with heavy rain. 

Unfortunately the far South West is likely to miss out on the activity. 

Temperatures across Southern and Central parts will be below average due to the winds and cloud cover which will bring some temporary relief from the recent hot and humid conditions through January. 

Conditions will gradually return to fine sunny warmer weather across most of the state early next week, apart from the Peninsula which will see ongoing showers and storms. Click here to subscribe to HSC for detailed rainfall and storm maps.

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