HOT WEATHER: The Bureau of Meteorology predicts 40C heat mid next week.
HOT WEATHER: The Bureau of Meteorology predicts 40C heat mid next week. Contributed

Next week to hit 40C

THERE will be changes in Biloela weather for the next week, according to the Bureau of Meteorology.

Possible showers and midweek high temperatures are expected to develop over the coming week.

Air conditioners, fans and ice-cold drinks will be the norm this weekend and into next week.

The weekend will have great water weather activities and don't forget to slip, slop and slap and be sun smart in the warmer days.

Today will be partly cloudy with a 40 per cent chance of showers in theregion, most likely intheafternoon and evening.

There is a chance of a thunderstorm in the south of the region in the afternoon and evening.

Overnight temperatures will fall to the low to mid-20s, with daytime temperatures reaching 31-36C.

The weekend weather is expected to be hot and mostly sunny with no chance of rain in the region.The overnight temperatures will fall to 19-23C, with daytime temperatures reaching 31-37C.

Monday will have hot and sunny weather with no chance of rain and temperatures of a minimum 21C to maximum 38C.

Tuesday and Wednesday will see daytime temperatures rise to 40C and weather will be hot and sunny with no chance of rain.

Bureau of Meteorology meteorologist Michael Knepp said temperatures would be midrange over the weekend but would see an increase midweek.

"As we head into the middle of the week, a trough will come through from the north and cause an increase in temperatures,” Mr Knepp said.

"So it is recommended to stay hydrated if you are doing any outdoor activity.

"There is the possibility of showers today and good weather over the weekend, with temperatures in the mid-30s.”

Mr Knepp said even though there were still a couple of weeks left of summer, there would be quiet weather conditions and not much rain on the horizon.


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