Sticky conditions are predicted for south-east Queensland on Wednesday, with above-average temperatures and a chance of a storm later in the day.
The Brisbane area is set for a top of 35 degrees, while Ipswich could hit 40.
The humidity is also high. It reached 90 per cent in Brisbane at 5am, before it began to drop.
Bureau of Meteorology senior forecaster Michelle Berry said people should look out for potential storm warnings later on Wednesday.
“Both today and tomorrow the humidity levels are very high. We are expecting with that some storm activity,” she said.
“There is the chance of a gusty storm coming through this afternoon or this evening.
“Tomorrow, the moisture increases further so there could be potential of a wet day with showers and storms expected.”
Brisbane is predicted to reach a top of 33 degrees on Thursday, and 35 on Friday.
However the temperature is expected to drop down to the high 20s during the weekend.
Brisbane’s hottest day so far this month was last Tuesday, when the mercury reached 33.2 degrees.
The warmest day of the year was during the G20 weekend, when on November 16 the maximum was 38.9 degrees.
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