Enjoying the hot weather is visitor Tracey Le Sann from Banff in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Pictured at Torquay in her Urangan cousin, Lisa Raverty’s 1931 Vauxhall. The perfect mode of transport for the current heat wave before she heads home for a white Christmas. Photo: Alistair Brightman / Fraser Coast Chronicle
Enjoying the hot weather is visitor Tracey Le Sann from Banff in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Pictured at Torquay in her Urangan cousin, Lisa Raverty’s 1931 Vauxhall. The perfect mode of transport for the current heat wave before she heads home for a white Christmas. Photo: Alistair Brightman / Fraser Coast Chronicle Alistair Brightman

November forecast to end with showers and thunderstorms

TRACEY Le Sann won't need to get the hose out to wash her cousin's beautiful 1931 Vauxhall car, as the rain in the next couple of days will do the job for her.

Ms Le Sann is visiting Hervey Bay from Banff in the Canadian Rocky Mountains and took the opportunity to take Lisa Raverty's vintage vehicle for a spin in the sunshine.

But Weatherzone meteorologist Ben McBurney says there's an 80% chance of rain on Friday, Saturday and Sunday  and also a chance of thunderstorms with possible showers on Thursday.

With the rain, comes cooler weather - temperatures are expected to drop from the low 30s to about 27 degrees as the weekend approaches.

Mr McBurney said residents could expect 5-10mm of rain on Friday and the weekend.



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