There’s a good chance southern Queensland is about to experience a second dump of snow in a week, forecasters say.
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Another burst of cold air pushing into the sunshine state could result in snow and sleet around Eukey and Stanthorpe, near the NSW border, tomorrow – four days after the area copped its first snowfall in two years.
“There is a good chance, about a 30 to 40 per cent chance,” the Bureau of Meteorology’s Chris Joseph said, adding any snow would fall above 600 metres.
Snow fell in Queensland for the first time in two years on Monday but melted pretty much as soon as it hit the ground at Eukey, south of Stanthorpe near the NSW border, according to the Bureau of Meteorology.