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Queensland Weather

Current Warnings
 

Queensland Forecast

  • Monday Cold morning then mostly sunny inland and south. Isolated showers along tropical coast.

  • Tuesday Cold morning then mostly sunny inland and south. Isolated showers along tropical coast.

  • Wednesday Cold morning then mostly sunny inland. Isolated showers along coast.

  • Thursday Cloud increasing inland but generally dry. Isolated showers along coast.

Qld Extremes and Records

Extremes and Records
Current Extremes   Last 3 Days Extremes Extremes This Month
Fri 03/07 Sat 04/07 Sun 05/07

25.5°C

Coconut Island
Hottest

31.2°C

Coconut Island

31.4°C

Coconut Island

32.0°C

Weipa Ap

32.7°C

Kowanyama Ap

-0.1°C

Warwick
Coldest

-2.4°C

Injune

-1.0°C

Stanthorpe
 

-3.9°C

Stanthorpe

SE 40km/h

Willis Island
Windiest

75km/h

Double Is Pt

61km/h

Lihou Reef

55km/h

Frederick Rf
-
no rain last hr Wettest

20.0mm

Lumeah

6.8mm

Bingil Bay
 

82.0mm

Powerline
Queensland's Records for July
Max Min Rain
Highest 37.7°C at
Urandangie in 1996
Lowest 2.4°C at
Wallangarra in 1984
Highest 26.4°C at
Willis Island in 1962
Lowest -10.6°C at
Hermitage in 1965
Highest 384.3mm at
Nambour in 1973

Queensland Sky Observations

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Weather News

Sydney shivers through chilliest mornings in five years

07:03 EST

Getting out of bed would have been difficult for many Sydneysiders over the past five mornings as the Harbour City shivered through its coldest stretch since 2010.

How to escape from a flooded car: Safety driving expert shares his three tips

07:02 EST

Queensland has had more than its share of severe flood events in recent years, yet despite authorities' repeated warnings, drivers have continued to cross flooded roadways.

Labor, Greens slam Agriculture White Paper for lack of strategic vision or climate change consideration

18:08 EST

Prime Minister Tony Abbott says his government "wants to back people who are prepared to back themselves", and that a newly released vision for Australian agriculture will do just that.