Southwest weather warning as 45mm+ expected to fall
Queensland’s wet weather isn’t gone yet and heavy downpours are still smashing parts of the state.
Southwest Queensland will receive its fair share of rain, with at least 45mm expected for one town.
According to the Bureau of Meteorology, Charleville can expect a very high chance of showers from late Monday, March 22.
The maximum temperature will be 31C.
But a massive splash of rain is expected on Tuesday, with between 50mm to 80mm to drop on Charleville with winds up to 25km/h.
It’s sunny days from hereonout with maximum temperatures of 29C on Wednesday to Friday, with up to 32C on the weekend.
A severe weather warning has been issued for parts of the Channel Country, particularly the Bullo Shire and areas just west of Cunnamulla.
BOM is warning of flash flooding for these parts of the far southwest.
Roma’s forecast is similar to Charleville’s, with a 70 per cent chance of rain on Monday for a shower or two.
But Tuesday is predicted to bring heavy rainfalls, with anywhere between 45mm and a whopping 70mm.
It’ll be sunny days after that with a maximum 28C for the remaining weekdays and up to 30C on the weekend.