Rainfall for North Queensland but not for Biloela
THE Queensland North has experienced rainfall and flooding of near Biblical proportions but there is little relief on the horizon for the Biloela region.
The monsoonal trough that has flooded out Townsville and northern regions will ease over the weekend and move out to the Coral Sea.
Today will be partly cloudy with overnight temperatures falling to the low 20°C with daytime temperatures reaching 28°C to 33°C.
The weekend weather shows a 50 per cent chance of showers most likely in the morning and afternoon and the possibility of thunderstorms.
Overnight temperatures will be in the low 20°C with daytime temperatures reaching 29°C to 38°C.
Monday is predicted to have a shower or two with
50 per cent chance of rainfall with temperatures at a minimum 22°C to a daytime high of 34°C.
Tuesday is showing to be partly cloudy with 30 per cent chance of rain with a minimum temperature of 22°C to a maximum temperature of 38°C.
Wednesday will have sunny weather with a minimum of 22°C but will possibly climb to a daytime high of 41°C.
Bureau of Meteorology meteorologist Vinord Anand said there was a forecast for showers but it would be mostly on the coast.
"It is predicted there will be some light rain or showers around the area over the weekend,”
Mr Anand said.
"Monday will be slightly cooler with the possibly of showers as well.
"The rain in North Queensland this weekend will decrease and contract into the Coral Sea and ease off.”