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ID: IQUEENSL48   Name: Veteran   Lat: S26 7'37''   Lon: E152 42'8"  
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Temperature
10.7
@ -0.20
Barometer
1014 mb
Falling
@ -1.2 mb
Humidity
98%

@ 0.0 %
Avg. Wind
SE @ 2km
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Current UV
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Evapotransporation
0.28 mm
Daily Rainfall   (Rain since 00:00) 10.67 mm Annual Rain 
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inches
Sunrise     Sunset
6:38     17:11
  Phase of the moon / Day of cycle  
Moonrise     Moonset
10:08     21:36
Current UV   0.0
Today's High 0.8 at 12:01
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13.8 at 0:01
Low:10.7 at 22:02
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High:1019 at 10:29
 Low:1014 at 21:56
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High:
98% at 8:06
Low:76% at 0:00
Wind Gust
18km
  knots
at 19:27
 
Rain Rate
1.970mm
inches at14:16
Monthly Rain
 Rainfall for this Month
 41.15 mm
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GYMPIE and REGION:

IDQ10240
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Queensland

Wide Bay and Burnett District Forecast
Issued at 4:15 pm EST on Monday 4 July 2022
for the period until midnight EST Friday 8 July 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 high over the Great Australian Bight extends a ridge over most of the state.
The high will slowly move east over the next several days, reaching the
southern Tasman Sea mid-week, before another high moves into the Bight,
maintaining the ridge.
An upper trough has amplified over Queensland, intensifying a rain band over
eastern Queensland as it moves east today and tomorrow. The upper trough is
likely to contract over southeastern Queensland on Wednesday, clearing the
state by Thursday. A surface trough and low is deepening in the northern Tasman
Sea in response to the upper trough. The surface trough and low are likely to
remain well offshore.

Forecast for the rest of Monday 4 July
Cloudy. Very high (90%) chance of rain near the coast, medium (60%) chance
elsewhere. Light winds.

Forecast for Tuesday 5 July
Cloudy. Very high (95%) chance of showers near the coast, medium (60%) chance
elsewhere. Light winds. Overnight temperatures falling to between 4 and 9 with
daytime temperatures reaching around 14.

Bundaberg           Rain.                           Min 9       Max 14
Gayndah             Shower or two.                  Min 6       Max 15
Gympie              Showers easing.                 Min 7       Max 15
Hervey Bay          Rain.                           Min 8       Max 15
Kingaroy            Possible shower.                Min 3       Max 13
Maryborough         Rain.                           Min 8       Max 15

Fire Danger:
Low-Moderate

Sun protection 9:50am to 2:00pm, UV Index predicted to reach 4 [Moderate]

Forecast for Wednesday 6 July
Partly cloudy. Medium (50%) chance of showers along the coastal fringe, slight
(20%) chance elsewhere. Light winds. Overnight temperatures falling to between
2 and 10 with daytime temperatures reaching around 19.

Bundaberg           Possible shower.                Min 10      Max 20
Gayndah             Partly cloudy.                  Min 6       Max 20
Gympie              Possible shower.                Min 8       Max 20
Hervey Bay          Shower or two.                  Min 9       Max 20
Kingaroy            Partly cloudy.                  Min 3       Max 19
Maryborough         Shower or two.                  Min 9       Max 20

Forecast for Thursday 7 July
Partly cloudy. The chance of morning fog inland. Light winds becoming
southwesterly 15 to 20 km/h during the day then becoming light during the
evening. Overnight temperatures falling to between 3 and 8 with daytime
temperatures reaching between 19 and 22.

Bundaberg           Mostly sunny.                   Min 8       Max 21
Gayndah             Partly cloudy.                  Min 5       Max 22
Gympie              Mostly sunny.                   Min 6       Max 22
Hervey Bay          Mostly sunny.                   Min 9       Max 22
Kingaroy            Partly cloudy.                  Min 4       Max 19
Maryborough         Mostly sunny.                   Min 7       Max 22

Forecast for Friday 8 July
Mostly sunny. Light winds. Overnight temperatures falling to between 3 and 8
with daytime temperatures reaching between 18 and 21.

Bundaberg           Mostly sunny.                   Min 9       Max 21
Gayndah             Mostly sunny.                   Min 5       Max 21
Gympie              Mostly sunny.                   Min 6       Max 21
Hervey Bay          Mostly sunny.                   Min 8       Max 21
Kingaroy            Mostly sunny.                   Min 2       Max 18
Maryborough         Sunny.                          Min 7       Max 22

The next routine forecast will be issued at 5:00 am EST Tuesday.

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STATE FORECAST:
IDQ10700
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology
Queensland

Queensland State Forecast
Issued at 4:34 pm EST on Monday 4 July 2022
for the period until midnight EST Monday 11 July 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 high over the Great Australian Bight extends a ridge over most of the state.
The high will slowly move east over the next several days, reaching the
southern Tasman Sea mid-week, before another high moves into the Bight,
maintaining the ridge.
An upper trough has amplified over Queensland, intensifying a rain band over
eastern Queensland as it moves east today and tomorrow. The upper trough is
likely to contract over southeastern Queensland on Wednesday, clearing the
state by Thursday. A surface trough and low is deepening in the northern Tasman
Sea in response to the upper trough. The surface trough and low are likely to
remain well offshore.

Forecast for the rest of Monday 4 July
Mostly clear in western Queensland, cloudy with the slight chance of a shower
about the southern interior. A high to very high chance of rain in eastern
areas between Cooktown and Sunshine Coast. Moderate to locally heavy rainfall
possible in coastal parts of Queensland between Cooktown and Gladstone. A
chance of a thunderstorm in northern and central Queensland. Moderate southerly
winds in western Queensland, light southwesterly winds in southeastern
Queensland and moderate southeasterly winds in northern Queensland.
Temperatures well below average.

Forecast for Tuesday 5 July
Cloudy with a slight to medium chance of showers about the southern interior. A
medium to high chance of showers and areas of rain about far eastern
Queensland, increasing to a high to very high chance about the coastal fringe
north of the Sunshine Coast. Rain clearing from the west during the day. Sunny
in the far west. Possible morning fog about the southern interior. Moderate to
locally heavy rainfall is possible about the Central Coast. Moderate southerly
winds in western Queensland, light southwesterly winds in southeastern
Queensland and moderate southeasterly winds in northern Queensland.
Temperatures well below average during the day.

Forecast for Wednesday 6 July
A high in the Tasman Sea will extend a ridge over most of the state. An upper
trough will move across southeastern Queensland, enhancing showers. A slight to
medium chance of showers about coastal parts of eastern Queensland south of
Bowen, increasing to a medium to high chance about the southeast and southern
interior. Mostly sunny elsewhere. Possible morning fog and frost in the
southern interior. Temperatures well below average in the afternoon in central
and northern Queensland. Overnight temperatures tending above average in the
south and above average in the north.

Forecast for Thursday 7 July
A high moving into the Great Australian Bight will maintain a ridge over most
of the state. An upper trough will weaken and move offshore of the Queensland
coast. A slight chance of showers about southeastern parts of the state.
Possible morning fog in southern and central districts. Mostly sunny elsewhere.
Temperatures near or below average. Overnight temperatures tending above
average in the southeast.

Forecast for Friday 8 July
A high in the Great Australian Bight into the Tasman Sea will maintain a ridge
across much of the state. A slight chance of showers in the southeast. Mostly
sunny elsewhere. Possible morning fog in southern and central districts.
Temperatures near or below average.

Outlook for Saturday 9 July to Monday 11 July
A high moving from the Great Australian Bight into the Tasman Sea will maintain
a ridge across much of the state. A slight chance of showers in the southeast.
Mostly sunny elsewhere. Temperatures near or below average.

The next routine forecast will be issued at 4:30 am 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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