Forecasters predict first Warwick snow in 32 years
WEATHER forecasters have this morning revealed the snow could fall in Warwick over the next four days as a big freeze arrives on the Southern Downs.
It would be the first time since 1984 that snow has fallen on the Rose City.
That was on Tuesday, July 3 during a severe cold outbreak.
Early morning snowfalls were reported across the border districts through to Toowoomba and the Sunshine Coast hinterland.
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The heaviest falls of up to 60mm occurred about 13km south-east of Statnthorpe on the Eukey plateau.
The snow made roads In the Stanthorpe and Warwick regions impassable with conditions north of Warwick described as "like a blizzard" by police.
The higher parts of southern Queensland were transformed into a winter wonderland.
Higgins Storm Chasing this morning posted: "Southern Darling Downs / Granite Belt: Showers during Friday with possible sleet in the far South and Highest elevations during Friday night."
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