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Temperature
26.1
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Barometer
1014 mb
Rising
@ 0.2 mb
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69%

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SE @ 0km
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5:26     18:36
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19:46     6:23
Current UV   2.8
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 Low:1013 at 4:22
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High:
90% at 2:54
Low:68% at 8:09
Wind Gust
21km
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at 7:48
 
Rain Rate
0.000mm
inches at0:00
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 Rainfall for this Month
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GYMPIE and REGION:

IDQ10240
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Queensland

Wide Bay and Burnett District Forecast
Issued at 5:00 am EST on Tuesday 7 February 2023
for the period until midnight EST Friday 10 February 2023.

Warning Information
For latest warnings go to www.bom.gov.au, subscribe to RSS feeds, call 1300 659
210* or listen for warnings on relevant TV and radio broadcasts.

Weather Situation
A developing equatorial trough will extend over the far northern Gulf and
Peninsula and offshore across the northern Coral Sea where it will linger for
several days. A ridge along the Southeast Coast will strengthen and extend
northward along the east coast over the next day or two, pushing a trough over
western and central Queensland further into the west and southwest of the
state. The trough and associated tropical airmass will linger over the far west
and interior of the state until the middle of this week, enhancing showers and
thunderstorms. A tropical low over the far northeastern Coral Sea is forecast
to drift westward over the next few days, and is likely to develop into a
tropical cyclone off the Queensland tropical east coast around the middle of
this week. At this stage, the tropical system is anticipated to remain offshore
and move away southeastward during the latter part of the week. Enhanced wind
and swells may develop along parts of the east coast as a result from the
middle of this week. However, a degree of uncertainty exists for the movement
and strength of the low.

Forecast for the rest of Tuesday 7 February
Mostly sunny. Winds east to southeasterly 20 to 30 km/h. Daytime maximum
temperatures in the low to mid 30s.

Bundaberg           Mostly sunny.                   Max 31
Gayndah             Sunny.                          Max 34
Gympie              Partly cloudy.                  Max 31
Hervey Bay          Partly cloudy.                  Max 30
Kingaroy            Mostly sunny.                   Max 31
Maryborough         Mostly sunny.                   Max 31

Fire Danger:
Moderate

Sun protection 8:00am to 4:00pm, UV Index predicted to reach 13 [Extreme]

Forecast for Wednesday 8 February
Partly cloudy. Winds east to southeasterly 20 to 30 km/h. Overnight
temperatures falling to between 17 and 21 with daytime temperatures reaching
around 30.

Bundaberg           Partly cloudy.                  Min 22      Max 30
Gayndah             Partly cloudy.                  Min 20      Max 33
Gympie              Partly cloudy.                  Min 20      Max 30
Hervey Bay          Partly cloudy.                  Min 22      Max 30
Kingaroy            Partly cloudy.                  Min 17      Max 29
Maryborough         Partly cloudy.                  Min 21      Max 30

Forecast for Thursday 9 February
Cloudy. Medium (60%) chance of showers along the coastal fringe, slight (30%)
chance elsewhere. Winds southeasterly 20 to 30 km/h. Overnight temperatures
falling to between 18 and 22 with daytime temperatures reaching around 30.

Bundaberg           Shower or two.                  Min 23      Max 29
Gayndah             Cloudy.                         Min 21      Max 30
Gympie              Possible shower.                Min 21      Max 29
Hervey Bay          Shower or two.                  Min 23      Max 29
Kingaroy            Cloudy.                         Min 18      Max 27
Maryborough         Shower or two.                  Min 23      Max 29

Forecast for Friday 10 February
Partly cloudy. Medium (60%) chance of showers along the coastal fringe, slight
(30%) chance elsewhere. Winds southeasterly 15 to 25 km/h becoming light during
the evening. Overnight temperatures falling to between 18 and 22 with daytime
temperatures reaching around 30.

Bundaberg           Possible shower.                Min 22      Max 29
Gayndah             Partly cloudy.                  Min 21      Max 31
Gympie              Shower or two.                  Min 21      Max 29
Hervey Bay          Shower or two.                  Min 22      Max 29
Kingaroy            Partly cloudy.                  Min 18      Max 28
Maryborough         Shower or two.                  Min 22      Max 29

The next routine forecast will be issued at 4:15 pm EST Tuesday.

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STATE FORECAST:
IDQ10700
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Queensland

Queensland State Forecast
Issued at 4:30 am EST on Tuesday 7 February 2023
for the period until midnight EST Monday 13 February 2023.

Warning Information
For latest warnings go to www.bom.gov.au, subscribe to RSS feeds, call 1300 659
210* or listen for warnings on relevant TV and radio broadcasts.

Weather Situation
A developing equatorial trough will extend over the far northern Gulf and
Peninsula and offshore across the northern Coral Sea where it will linger for
several days. A ridge along the Southeast Coast will strengthen and extend
northward along the east coast over the next day or two, pushing a trough over
western and central Queensland further into the west and southwest of the
state. The trough and associated tropical airmass will linger over the far west
and interior of the state until the middle of this week, enhancing showers and
thunderstorms. A tropical low over the far northeastern Coral Sea is forecast
to drift westward over the next few days, and is likely to develop into a
tropical cyclone off the Queensland tropical east coast around the middle of
this week. At this stage, the tropical system is anticipated to remain offshore
and move away southeastward during the latter part of the week. Enhanced wind
and swells may develop along parts of the east coast as a result from the
middle of this week. However, a degree of uncertainty exists for the movement
and strength of the low.

Forecast for the rest of Tuesday 7 February
Partly cloudy in southeastern Queensland. Scattered to widespread showers and
thunderstorms elsewhere across the state, with heavy falls possible with
thunderstorms about the western, central and northern interior, and the Central
Coast. Light to moderate to southeast to northeasterly winds, tending fresh
along the east coast south of Townsville. Maximum temperatures near or below
average, tending slightly above average about the southern interior.

Fire Danger:
High for the Darling Downs and Granite Belt district.

Forecast for Wednesday 8 February
Partly cloudy with isolated showers about the eastern districts south of
Mackay, scattered showers and thunderstorms across the north and west of the
state, tending widespread about the far west and Wet Tropics. Possible severe
thunderstorms with heavy falls in the west of the state. Strong and gusty
southeasterly winds developing about the exposed central Queensland coast.
Maximum temperatures near or below average, tending well below average int he
far west. Minimum temperatures near or slightly above average.

Forecast for Thursday 9 February
Isolated to scattered showers about the eastern districts south of Mackay.
Isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms elsewhere across the state,
tending widespread over Cape York Peninsula. A risk of severe thunderstorms
about the southern interior. Strong and gusty southeasterly winds along the
east coast south of about Townsville. A risk of hazardous surf conditions
developing along the southern Queensland coast. Maximum temperatures near or
slightly below average. Minimum temperatures near average in the north and
southeast, tending below average over central and western districts.

Forecast for Friday 10 February
Isolated to scattered showers about the eastern districts south of Townsville.
Isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms north of a line from Mount Isa
to Townsville, tending widespread over Cape York Peninsula. Mostly sunny
conditions about the far southwest. Strong southeasterly winds about the east
coast south of Townsville. A risk of hazardous surf conditions about the
southern Queensland coast. Maximum and minimum temperatures near average.

Outlook for Saturday 11 February to Monday 13 February
Isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms north of a line from Mount Isa
to Mackay, tending widespread over Cape York Peninsula. Mostly sunny conditions
about the far southwest extending to much of the interior over the weekend.
Isolated about the eastern districts south of Townsville, extending through
eastern Queensland on Monday with possible thunderstorms in the southeast.
Strong southeasterly winds about the east coast south of Townsville easing over
the weekend. Risk of hazardous surf conditions about the southern Queensland
coast south of Sandy Cape. Maximum temperatures near or below average in the
Far North, rising to from above average to well above average in central and
southeast districts during the outlook period. Minimum temperatures near
average, rising to above average through central and southeast parts.

The next routine forecast will be issued at 4:30 pm EST Tuesday.

* Calls to 1300 numbers cost around 27.5c incl. GST, higher from mobiles or
public phones.


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Ted's Comment... Tuesday, 15 March 2022 16:02   I have updated some important links, remember to have a look at the links on the left of the page to see what is going on in our region...
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