Patchy bright cloud within a low pressure trough is triggering thunderstorms about far southwestern parts of the state. Low cloud moving along the Tropical Coast with a moist onshore flow is producing isolated light showers.
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With plenty of sunshine on the way, Queenslanders will feel the heat begin to build as a hot airmass works its way east.