Water over road near City Centre Plaza around 4pm on November 17. Photo Frazer Pearce / The Morning Bulletin
Water over road near City Centre Plaza around 4pm on November 17. Photo Frazer Pearce / The Morning Bulletin Frazer Pearce

Wild weather set to return and stick around until weekend

JUST when Rockhampton thought it had a silver lining, the weather watchdogs said it wasn't quite over.

After the thunderous storm activity across Capricornia between Friday and Sunday, Rockhampton weather observer Brendan Bradford said more isolated thunderstorms were on their way from the north-west part of Queensland.

Although fine weather was forecast for today, thunderstorms and isolated showers were forecast for tomorrow through to the weekend.

Temperatures for the rest of the week will be around the early to mid-30C range.

Meanwhile, 22mm of rain fell in Rockhampton between 10pm on Sunday and 8.50am yesterday.

The most rain fell on Sunday in Rockhampton. However 23.6mm was recorded at 9am yesterday.

Today's maximum temperature will be 34C.

Isolated thunderstorms will start to creep into the region from tomorrow. Tomorrow's maximum temperature will be 32C. Mostly sunny conditions.



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