QLD REMAINS DRY AND COOLER FOR THE SOUTH WITH FROST AT TIMES THIS WEEK - DRY AND HOT OVER THE NORTH.
I wish I could add more weather to the menu for QLD, but there is not much happening for the coming 10 days.
However we do have the risk of severe frosts developing through the coming week, especially Thursday over southern inland areas as the dry cold air surges north and becomes trapped under a high as that moves over the east Wednesday night into Thursday morning. So the timing is set for that to be a major weather event in itself.
Otherwise those looking for rainfall will have to wait a little longer, this is the driest time of the year for the region.
Rainfall for the next 10 days.
There is little for the state, perhaps I am being a little harsh in the rainfall staying over in NSW, but at this stage I am not convinced of any widespread rainfall moving through at this time, but this could change. The focus of the frontal weather passing through on Friday and Saturday could bring light showers into the southern inland during Saturday.
More weather details to come and I will have a frost forecast for the region on Wednesday night into Thursday morning as early as tomorrow as that could be a severe event and potentially damaging to crops.