Here comes the rain: Wet weather on the cards for Qld

Alison Paterson
Updated May 28 2024 - 5:49pm, first published 4:00pm
AgForce Grains president Brendan Taylor said he was hoping predicted rain would not interfere with farmers spreading nitrogen ahead of planting chickpeas or hinder those still hoping to harvest their sorghum. Picture: Supplied
AgForce Grains president Brendan Taylor said he was hoping predicted rain would not interfere with farmers spreading nitrogen ahead of planting chickpeas or hinder those still hoping to harvest their sorghum. Picture: Supplied

On Monday the Bureau of Meteorology made a national weather update which reported a wet and windy front was expected to sweep across Australia and bring some rain to at least the south east, central west and east coast regions of Queensland.

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Alison Paterson

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