Queensland weather forecast to be hot


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Slap on some sunscreen because hot conditions are forecast across Queensland on Saturday, certain parts of the state set to reach as high as 47C.

Queensland is in for a scorcher on Saturday with the mercury set to soar to up 47C in some parts of the state.

The Bureau of Meteorology has forecast maximum temperatures over 40C in 33 towns.

They include 47C in Birdsville and 43C at Mt Isa across the west, 47C at Longreach in the central west, and 42C at Goondiwindi on the NSW-Queensland border.

Temperatures are expected to reach 30C in Coolangatta, 31C in Surfers Paradise and 33C in Brisbane, where the day is expected to be sunny.

But the same can’t be said for Sydney, where showers and a possible late storm are forecast with a maximum of 27C.

Showers are also developing in Canberra with a top of 29C forecast.

As a cold front moves east across South Australia, Adelaide can expect a maximum of 28C with cloudy and windy conditions during the morning and early afternoon.

A windy 28C day is also expected in Melbourne, where showers and the chance of a thunderstorm could occur during the afternoon and evening.

Rain is also developing in Hobart where a cloudy 23C day is forecast.

However, a warm front is developing just south off the coast.

A low pressure system has swept across the middle of Australia, while Darwin experiences showers with a likely storm clearing and a maximum of 31C.

A 24C day is forecast in Perth with cloud clearing to a sunny afternoon.


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