Put on your swimmers and switch on the air conditioner, temperatures expected to rise across North West Queensland in the coming days.
With no rain on the horizon, North West temperatures are predicted to soar, reaching over 40 degrees in most areas.
Julia Creek is predicted to be the warmest in the region with only one day under 40 degrees. Wednesday is predicted to reach 41 degrees, Thursday 39, Friday 40, Saturday 41 and Sunday 42.
Camooweal and Cloncurry predictions are the same, reaching a top of 40 degrees on Wednesday, Thursday 38, Friday 39, Saturday 40 and Sunday 42.
Mount Isa's conditions are predicted to be cooler reaching a top of 39 on Wednesday, Thursday 37 and warming up towards the end of the week with Friday reaching a top of 38, Saturday 39 and Sunday 41.
To the south of the region, Boulia's conditions are expected to be much cooler due to a dust storm predicted early in the week, before warming up towards the weekend. Wednesday only reaching a top of 36 degrees, Thursday 35, Friday 37, Saturday 39 and Sunday 41.
Drier temperatures across Queensland increase the risk of bushfires, with 50 bushfires burning across the state.
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