Rain relief in sight for Queensland

The Bureau of Meteorology is predicting rain for the end of this week, as most of Queensland battles through a horrific drought.

People all around the State have dug deep to help our farmers by  donating millions of dollars through various charities.

There’s still a need to support those struggling, you can do this by contributing to the Queensland Drought appeal. 


However, there is some rain in sight.

Meteorologist Lachlan Stoney told MyGC we’re expecting a change in weather at the end of this week.

“There’s a big trough approaching from the west later in the week, ahead of that we’ll see temperatures start to rise,” he said.

“It’ll pull in a lot more warm and moist air.

“On Friday and Saturday we’ll start to see conditions get very showery, it’s looking like a very good set up for some good rainfall totals.”

Early estimates show we’re expecting around 35ml but this could rise with thunderstorms expected.

After stints with the ABC and AAP, Mitchell joined 1029 Hot Tomato in 2017. He’ll be out and about bringing you the news that matters on the Coast.

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