If you thought it was cold this morning, you may be in for quite a shock come tomorrow.
The Bureau of Meteorology has warned that much of the state, including the Gold Coast, will wake to a “bitterly cold morning”.
According to the weather bureau, temperatures are expected to drop to a low of just six degrees, with even colder temps predicted further inland.
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Residents in Coomera and Nerang can expect to wake to an icy 3 degrees, with a bit of morning frost around.
While Coolangatta and Robina locals will shiver through a low of 4C.
#QLDweather cool spell to continue with a bitterly cold morning tomorrow with widespread frost across southern half of State particularly inland parts, extending northwards into central highlands & central west, & inland areas adjacent to Mackay. Forecasts https://t.co/2p7OXoILhS pic.twitter.com/yb7bLa6uY8
— Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland (@BOM_Qld) July 21, 2021
“Frost is possible for about a third of the state tomorrow morning, with chilly air widespread through Queensland,” BOM said.
“This morning is cold, but tomorrow will generally be colder.”
The good news is, it will start to heat up as the day progresses – with a mostly sunny day and top of 19 degrees expected for the city.
So, if you’re anything like me and whip out the puffer jacket and ugg boots as soon as the temp drops below 15 degrees, you may want to consider wearing double layers to bed tonight!