Time to enjoy a gift from mother nature this Christmas

CHRISTMAS is not expected to be a sweltering affair with the forecast predicting temperatures about 25C in the Fraser Coast region.

A Bureau of Meteorology spokesman said temperatures would stay in the mid-20C range with intermittent showers on Christmas Day.

"The cool weather will keep things nice for a barbecue as long as you have a place which is covered to duck under when there are showers," he said.

He said showers were not expected to bring much more than 10mm or rain.

The cooler weather will be caused by a trough hanging around the south east Queensland corner.

How will you be enjoying the sunshine this Christmas?  Have your say and join the conversation below. 



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