COOL DOWN: Toowoomba set for cold start to April
PACK an extra coat in the mornings, Toowoomba looks set for some classic cold weather next week in the lead-up to winter.
After a hotter-than-usual summer the Garden City's naturally cooler climate returned this morning, with mercury dropping to just 12.2°C at 6am.
Bureau of Meteorology's Nicholas Shera said residents should prepare for the cold weather to stick around, with minimum temperatures as low as 13°C next week.
"We have a large high-pressure system over the Great Australian Bight," he said.
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"It's keeping conditions quite dry and stable and has brought a lot of cooler, drier air to follow that low-pressure system.
"There's just the odd chance of a shower, but it's looking like the temperatures will remain average."
Toowoomba also received further another 47mm of rain in the 24 hours to 9am, as the remnants of ex-Cyclone Debbie passed through our region.
- Tomorrow: Partly cloudy, 15°-25°
- Sunday: Partly cloudy, 16°-24°
- Monday: Partly cloudy, 15°-24°
- Tuesday: Possible shower, 15°-24°
- Wednesday: Mostly sunny, 13°-23°
- Thursday: Partly cloudy, 13°-23°