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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 Wednesday 19 January 2022
for the period until midnight EST Saturday 22 January 2022.

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 trough extends over the southern to central inland, with a secondary trough
in the far southwest. A weak ridge extends along the east coast. The inland
trough will retreat westwards over the next day or two, merging with the second
trough and tropical moisture to produce storms with isolated heavy falls. The
east coast ridge will strengthen and extend inland over the central interior of
the state later this week.

Forecast for the rest of Wednesday 19 January
Partly cloudy. Slight (20%) chance of a shower. Light winds becoming easterly
15 to 20 km/h in the middle of the day then becoming light in the late evening.
Daytime maximum temperatures in the low to mid 30s.
Surf conditions may be more powerful than they appear and are expected to be
hazardous for coastal activities such as rock fishing, surfing and swimming.

Bundaberg           Partly cloudy.                  Max 31
Gayndah             Partly cloudy.                  Max 34
Gympie              Possible shower.                Max 31
Hervey Bay          Partly cloudy.                  Max 31
Kingaroy            Partly cloudy.                  Max 31
Maryborough         Partly cloudy.                  Max 32

Fire Danger:
High

Sun protection 7:40am to 4:10pm, UV Index predicted to reach 14 [Extreme]

Forecast for Thursday 20 January
Partly cloudy. Medium (60%) chance of showers, most likely in the late morning
and afternoon. The chance of a thunderstorm in the south. Light winds becoming
southeasterly 20 to 30 km/h in the morning. Overnight temperatures falling to
between 19 and 22 with daytime temperatures reaching 25 to 30.

Bundaberg           Shower or two.                  Min 22      Max 30
Gayndah             Shower or two.                  Min 22      Max 30
Gympie              Showers.                        Min 21      Max 27
Hervey Bay          Shower or two.                  Min 22      Max 30
Kingaroy            Showers.                        Min 19      Max 25
Maryborough         Shower or two.                  Min 22      Max 29

Forecast for Friday 21 January
Partly cloudy. Medium (50%) chance of showers, most likely in the morning and
afternoon. The chance of a thunderstorm. Winds southeasterly 25 to 35 km/h.
Overnight temperatures falling to between 17 and 21 with daytime temperatures
reaching around 30.

Bundaberg           Shower or two.                  Min 21      Max 28
Gayndah             Shower or two.                  Min 21      Max 29
Gympie              Showers.                        Min 20      Max 27
Hervey Bay          Shower or two.                  Min 21      Max 28
Kingaroy            Shower or two clearing.         Min 17      Max 26
Maryborough         Shower or two.                  Min 21      Max 28

Forecast for Saturday 22 January
Partly cloudy. Medium (50%) chance of showers along the coastal fringe, slight
(20%) chance elsewhere. Winds southeasterly 15 to 25 km/h becoming light during
the evening. Overnight temperatures falling to between 15 and 20 with daytime
temperatures reaching 25 to 30.

Bundaberg           Partly cloudy.                  Min 20      Max 29
Gayndah             Partly cloudy.                  Min 18      Max 29
Gympie              Shower or two.                  Min 19      Max 27
Hervey Bay          Shower or two clearing.         Min 21      Max 29
Kingaroy            Partly cloudy.                  Min 15      Max 25
Maryborough         Possible shower.                Min 20      Max 28

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

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STATE FORECAST:
IDQ10700
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Queensland

Queensland State Forecast
Issued at 4:30 am EST on Wednesday 19 January 2022
for the period until midnight EST Tuesday 25 January 2022.

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 trough extends over the southern to central inland, with a secondary trough
in the far southwest. A weak ridge extends along the east coast. The inland
trough will retreat westwards over the next day or two, merging with the second
trough and tropical moisture to produce storms with isolated heavy falls. The
east coast ridge will strengthen and extend inland over the central interior of
the state later this week.

Forecast for the rest of Wednesday 19 January
A slight chance of showers about the east coast, increasing to a medium to high
chance south of Hervey Bay, and a medium chance between Townsville and
Cooktown. A slight to medium chance of showers and thunderstorms elsewhere,
increasing to a medium to very high chance about the interior on and east of
the trough. The thunderstorms possibly severe with damaging winds and heavy
rainfall which may lead to flash flooding near the trough in the southern,
central and northwestern interior. Light to moderate northwest to northeasterly
winds about the east and north. Winds light to moderate southeast to
southwesterly about the southwest and southern interior, locally fresh at times
about the Channel Country. Winds tending east to southeasterly elsewhere across
southern Queensland during the day. Temperatures generally near average.
Daytime maximums tending near or below average about the southwest.

Forecast for Thursday 20 January
A trough over the western to southern interior is likely to drift west as new
high moves south of Tasmania and strengthens the ridge along the east coast. A
slight to medium chance of showers about the east coast, increasing to high to
very chance about the southeast and a high chance between Townsville and
Cooktown. A slight to medium chance of showers and thunderstorms elsewhere,
increasing to a medium to high chance in the southern, central and northwestern
interior near the trough. Risk of locally heavy falls with thunderstorm
activity near the trough. Temperatures near average, tending below average
about the west and interior, and the southeast.

Forecast for Friday 21 January
A trough in the western interior is likely to contract to the west of the
state. A ridge along the east coast will strengthen and extend into the central
interior. A weak trough over the far northern Coral Sea may move over the
Peninsula. Partly cloudy about the far southern interior. A medium to high
chance of showers about the east coast, increasing to a very high chance about
the southeast and northeast tropical coasts. A slight to medium chance of
showers and thunderstorms elsewhere, increasing to a medium to high chance
about the far west with a risk of locally heavy falls with thunderstorm
activity. Temperatures near average about the northeast, tending below average
elsewhere. Daytime maximums tending well below average about west and southern
interior.

Forecast for Saturday 22 January
A firm ridge will persist along the east coast and central parts of the state,
with a trough likely to remain to the west of the state. A second trough may
extend from the northern Coral Sea across Cape York Peninsula or the Torres
Strait. Mostly sunny about the central to southern interior. A slight to medium
chance of showers about the east coast, increasing to high to very high chance
about the southern border ranges, central coast and northeast tropical coast. A
slight to medium chance of showers and thunderstorms in the far west and in the
north, increasing to a medium to high chance about Cape York Peninsula.
Temperatures near average about the northeast, tending below average elsewhere.

Outlook for Sunday 23 January to Tuesday 25 January
A trough may drift slowly eastwards over western then central parts during the
outlook period, as the ridge weakens and contracts towards the east. A trough
may extend across the Gulf of Carpentaria to Cape York Peninsula and the
northern Coral Sea. A high degree of uncertainty with the trough movement at
this stage. A slight to medium chance of showers about the east coast,
increasing to a high chance about the northeast tropical coast on Sunday.
Shower activity likely to decrease in eastern coastal areas during Monday and
Tuesday. Mostly sunny about the central to southern interior on Sunday and
Monday. A slight to medium chance of showers and thunderstorms elsewhere,
increasing to a medium to high chance about the far west and extending
eastwards early next week. Temperatures near or below average.

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

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


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Ted's Comment... Thursday, 02 December 2021 19:47   Dam Storage link has now been updated to Bureau of Meteorology site which gives all the current information for Sunwater and Privately managed water storages ...
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