The remainder of Monday will see mostly fine conditions with temperatures increasing ahead of a cool, dry and windy change crossing the state from the west by Tuesday.
With temperatures climbing into the high thirties and little chance of rain the Bureau has issued a Fire Weather Warning with a Severe fire danger forecast in the Gulf Country and Northern Goldfields and Upper Flinders districts on Tuesday.
High to Very High fire dangers continues across most of Queensland as temperatures increase today and on Tuesday, and then with dry and windy conditions on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Raised dust is possible for western Queensland today with fresh winds behind a trough, dependent on lofting from source in SA.
By contrast there is a slight chance of a snow flurry or sleet about the higher peaks on the Granite Belt Tuesday, and a very slight chance for Stanthorpe.
Maximum temperatures likely to drop by up to about 10C from today to Tuesday across much of interior and overnight temperatures will significantly cooler from Tuesday night as dry air spreads across the state.
Mount Isa's maximum temps will rise again to the mid 30s by the weekend.
Lake Moondarra is at 52.62pc capacity while Lake Julius is at 85.82pc.
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