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When Toowoomba can expect rain next

II’S been a overcast start to the week in Toowoomba, but despite threatening clouds, Bureau of Meteorology meteorologist Dan Narramore said no rain was forecast for the working week.

Instead, Mr Narramore said it was a warm week ahead.

“It’s mostly sunny for much of the week, temperatures slowly increasing to the mid-30s from midweek,” Mr Narramore said.

“Unfortunately, no rain in sight, another dry week on the way.

“It’ll be hot but there’s no heatwave on the way. But there is very high fire danger for much of the Darling Downs this week.”

Mr Narramore said there was a chance of rain over the weekend.

“We say there’s a chance for rain to come in from the weekend as the next surface trough moves in from western Queensland,” he said.

There was some haze around Toowoomba this morning which Mr Narramore said was smoke from the fires.

“There are some fires in Wide Bay-Burnett area and some smoke coming up from NSW as well,” he said.

“We had some smoke creep up over night but it’s starting to head south again and should disappear by this afternoon.”



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