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We're still in the stink Gympie

Mahli Deen enjoying the sun at Rainbow.
Mahli Deen enjoying the sun at Rainbow.

GYMPIE is in the middle of yet another heat wave.

Despite its low-intensity label and cooler maximums than last weekends record-breaking February temperatures, this weekend is still going to have some bite.

Forecast to hit a high of 37 degrees Saturday and 36 degrees on Sunday, Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Janine Yuasa said it makes up part of a low-intensity heat wave that will ease off slightly on Monday.

"A warm, unstable air mass to the east of a trough is approaching from the west," she told The Gympie Times.

"That trough will move through the area during Monday, cooling it down."

She said there is a risk there could be a severe weather event on Saturday, with the chance of a storm 80 per cent likely.

A chance of showers will continue into Monday, followed by a week of temperatures that are more in line with the average February temperatures.

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