Hy­drate for warmer weather

Central Telegraph - - NEWS | THANK GOD IT’S FRIDAY - Glen Porteous [email protected]­tral­tele­graph.com.au

THE weather for the Biloela re­gion will be a bit of a mix with cloudy and sun­shine days ahead for the week, ac­cord­ing to the Bu­reau of Me­te­o­rol­ogy. With some hot weather fore­cast, it’s im­por­tant to stay hy­drated.

To­day’s fore­cast is partly cloudy with a slight chance of a shower in the morn­ing with overnight tem­per­a­tures a low of 19C to 22C and day­time tem­per­a­tures reach­ing an ex­pected high of around 30C.

The week­end’s weather will see Satur­day mostly sunny with a slight chance of rain and tem­per­a­tures rang­ing from a min­i­mum overnight of 18C to a day­time max­i­mum of 35C.

Sun­day could see some show­ers dur­ing the day with overnight tem­per­a­tures fall­ing to 19C and day­time tem­per­a­tures reach­ing low to mid-30s.

Mon­day will be partly cloudy with a slight chance of rain and overnight tem­per­a­tures of 20C and day­time tem­per­a­tures ris­ing to 34C.

Tues­day’s fore­cast will be sim­i­lar to Mon­day’s weather with a slightly higher day­time tem­per­a­ture of 35C.

On Wed­nes­day there is lit­tle chance of rain and will see overnight tem­per­a­tures of 20C and a day­time high of 36C.

Bu­reau of Me­te­o­rol­ogy me­te­o­rol­o­gist Chris Joseph said the Biloela re­gion could see warmer weather creep­ing in over the week.

“Tem­per­a­tures will be on the way up a lit­tle for the Biloela re­gion and fairly clear of any rain for a warm week­end,” Mr Joseph said.

“There will be east­erly winds up be­cause of a ridge of high pres­sure build­ing along the coast and make it a de­gree above the av­er­age for the week­end.”

Mr Joseph said the start of the work­ing week on Mon­day would be a touch above av­er­age in tem­per­a­tures.

“As that ridge of high pres­sure weak­ens and winds turn around to the north-east, there will be a slight in­crease of tem­per­a­tures with no rain­fall to the mid­dle of the week,” he said.

WARM WEATHER: Biloela could see warmer than av­er­age tem­per­a­tures and it will be im­por­tant to stay hy­drated.

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