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Photo: REMEMBER this? ... well it might be some time before we see rainy days again, according to the weather bureau.
DRY and warm weather is predicted for much of Queensland in the next three months, especially in the north.
July is expected to end as ONE OF THE DRIEST MONTHS ON RECORD for Brisbane and large parts of the Darling Downs. Apart from odd showers, no rain is forecast for the coming week. Dry and warm weather is predicted for much of Queensland in the next three months, especially in the north. There is an 80 per cent chance of above normal maximum temperatures in southern Queensland into October. It would be a freak event for the southeast to receive drought-breaking rain in July and there is little prospect of major precipitation into spring.
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