Winter chill on the cards as temps plummet
TOMORROW you will want to have your winter warmers ready as a chill hits Bundaberg.
Temperatures will plummet below the June average for a few days before picking back up on the weekend.
Bureau of Meteorology meteorologist Peter Markworth said a standard south- westerly surge would bring cooler and drier temperatures.
“There will be a gradual warming and easing out of the colder weather later in the week and into next week,” Mr Markworth said.
“The minimum will take a little while to go back to the average temperature for June but the maximum will be back above average from Thursday.”
Current predictions have tomorrow reaching a minimum of 9C and maximum of 21C and Wednesday reaching 8C and another maximum of 21C.
Average temperatures for June are a minimum of 11.7C and a maximum of 22.7C.