WEATHER: Storms on the way for Bundaberg
SHOWERS have fallen on the Bundaberg region with up to 10mm recorded in some areas overnight.
Rain is expected during the day with falls becoming less likely through Thursday and Friday.
Meteorologist Annabelle Ford from the Bureau of Meteorology said the rain will return to the Wide Bay area on Saturday.
"We have a trough coming through from the west which will trigger some showers and storms," she said.
"Until the end of the week temperatures will be pretty steady getting up to 27 during the day and minimums of 18 to 19 at night.
"After the trough goes through a dry and cooler air mass will cool things down on Sunday with a minimum of 15 reaching 27."
With the activity coming through from the west she said winds won't get too strong.
"Until Friday we'll see easterly winds between 10 and 15 knots, we'll also see variable winds on Sunday," she said.
Recently, we've seen welcome rainfall over parts of Qld. A few areas can look forward to some more modest falls this week. Good time to remind ourselves on how to interpret a BoM rainfall forecast. Check out our blog on interpretting rainfall forecasts https://t.co/bur1Cp12pr pic.twitter.com/LhqrDSJxJc— Bureau of Meteorology, Queensland (@BOM_Qld) April 28, 2019