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