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Low:73% at 0:00
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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 Thursday 18 July 2024
for the period until midnight EST Sunday 21 July 2024.

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 complex low will remain slow moving in the Tasman Sea today before drifting
eastwards from Friday. A high over central Australia extends a ridge over the
state and is combining with the low pressure system to drive cold air over
Queensland, while enhancing westerly winds in the southeast of the state. The
high will drift east and linger over eastern Australia for several days from
Friday, maintaining a firm ridge over the state. Winds will start to turn more
onshore in northeastern Queensland as a result over the weekend, pushing
moisture back onto the coast and ending the cold snap across Far North
Queensland.

Forecast for the rest of Thursday 18 July
Partly cloudy in the west, sunny elsewhere. Winds southwesterly 20 to 30 km/h
becoming light in the evening then becoming southwesterly 15 to 20 km/h in the
late evening. Daytime maximum temperatures between 14 and 19.

Bundaberg           Mostly sunny.                   Max 19
Gayndah             Partly cloudy.                  Max 18
Gympie              Partly cloudy.                  Max 18
Hervey Bay          Mostly sunny.                   Max 19
Kingaroy            Partly cloudy.                  Max 14
Maryborough         Mostly sunny.                   Max 19

Fire Danger:
Moderate

Sun protection 9:50am to 1:50pm, UV Index predicted to reach 4 [Moderate]

Forecast for Friday 19 July
Sunny. Patches of morning frost inland. Winds southwesterly 15 to 20 km/h
becoming light in the early afternoon. Overnight temperatures falling to
between 1 and 6 with daytime temperatures reaching between 18 and 21.

Bundaberg           Sunny.                          Min 6       Max 21
Gayndah             Sunny.                          Min 3       Max 21
Gympie              Sunny.                          Min 5       Max 21
Hervey Bay          Sunny.                          Min 7       Max 20
Kingaroy            Mostly sunny.                   Min 1       Max 18
Maryborough         Sunny.                          Min 5       Max 22

Forecast for Saturday 20 July
Sunny. Patches of frost and the chance of fog inland in the morning. Light
winds becoming west to southwesterly 15 to 25 km/h during the morning then
becoming light during the evening. Overnight temperatures falling to between 1
and 5 with daytime temperatures reaching the low to mid 20s.

Bundaberg           Sunny.                          Min 5       Max 24
Gayndah             Sunny.                          Min 1       Max 24
Gympie              Sunny.                          Min 3       Max 23
Hervey Bay          Sunny.                          Min 6       Max 22
Kingaroy            Early frost. Sunny.             Min 0       Max 20
Maryborough         Sunny.                          Min 3       Max 23

Forecast for Sunday 21 July
Sunny. Winds southwesterly 15 to 20 km/h turning southerly 15 to 25 km/h during
the morning then becoming south to southwesterly and light during the
afternoon. Overnight temperatures falling to between 3 and 8 with daytime
temperatures reaching between 18 and 22.

Bundaberg           Sunny.                          Min 8       Max 22
Gayndah             Sunny.                          Min 5       Max 22
Gympie              Sunny.                          Min 6       Max 21
Hervey Bay          Sunny.                          Min 9       Max 21
Kingaroy            Sunny.                          Min 3       Max 18
Maryborough         Sunny.                          Min 7       Max 22

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

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STATE FORECAST:
IDQ10700
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Queensland

Queensland State Forecast
Issued at 4:30 am EST on Thursday 18 July 2024
for the period until midnight EST Wednesday 24 July 2024.

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 complex low will remain slow moving in the Tasman Sea today before drifting
eastwards from Friday. A high over central Australia extends a ridge over the
state and is combining with the low pressure system to drive cold air over
Queensland, while enhancing westerly winds in the southeast of the state. The
high will drift east and linger over eastern Australia for several days from
Friday, maintaining a firm ridge over the state. Winds will start to turn more
onshore in northeastern Queensland as a result over the weekend, pushing
moisture back onto the coast and ending the cold snap across Far North
Queensland.

Forecast for the rest of Thursday 18 July
Isolated showers in the southern and southeastern interior east of Charleville,
tending scattered about the southern Darling Downs and Granite Belt. The slight
chance of isolated snow flurries on the Granite Belt during the early morning.
Partly cloudy in southern and central Queensland, mostly sunny elsewhere.
Widespread morning frost inland in southern, central, and northern Queensland,
including parts of the Atherton Tablelands. Moderate southeast to southwesterly
winds, fresh at times about the tropical east coast south of Ingham and the
southern Gulf coast in the early afternoon. Fresh and gusty west to
southwesterly winds in southeast Queensland. Minimum temperatures well below
average north of Longreach, near average in the southern interior, and below
average elsewhere. Maximum temperatures below average, tending well below
average about the far northwest and Granite Belt.

Forecast for Friday 19 July
Isolated showers over the Granite Belt. Mostly sunny elsewhere. Widespread
morning frost inland in southern, central, and northern Queensland including
parts of the Atherton Tablelands. Minimum temperatures well below average north
of Blackall, below average elsewhere. Maximum temperatures near or below
average.

Forecast for Saturday 20 July
Partly about the northeast tropical coast north of Port Douglas and the Granite
Belt. Mostly sunny elsewhere. Widespread morning frost inland in southern,
central, and northern Queensland south of Georgetown, and the southern Atherton
Tablelands. The chance of patchy morning fog over the North Tropical Coast and
southeastern interior. Minimum temperatures well below average north of
Blackall, below average elsewhere. Maximum temperatures below average in the
southwest and southern Gulf coast, near or slightly above average elsewhere.

Forecast for Sunday 21 July
Partly cloudy about the northeast tropical coast with the chance of isolated
light showers north of Port Douglas. Mostly sunny elsewhere. Widespread morning
frost inland in southern and central Queensland. Possible morning fog over the
North Tropical Coast. Minimum temperatures near or below average. Maximum
temperatures slightly below average across inland southern Queensland,
generally near average elsewhere.

Outlook for Monday 22 July to Wednesday 24 July
Isolated showers about the east coast north of Ingham, tending scattered about
the Wet Tropics. Isolated showers about the whole east coast from Tuesday,
possibly extending inland across eastern districts from Wednesday. Mostly sunny
in the northwest, partly cloudy elsewhere. Cloud may increasing across inland
southern Queensland later in week, with the chance of showers. Morning frost
inland in southern and central Queensland, contracting to the Granite Belt by
Wednesday and becoming less likely by Thursday. Minimum temperatures near or
below average, tending slightly above average in eastern parts by mid week.
Maximum temperatures tending near or slightly above average over the outlook
period.

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

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


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Ted's Comment... Saturday, 18 May 2024 07:45   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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