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Humid Conditions Continue In Southeast Qld

Humid and hot conditions are continuing to make life uncomfortable for southeast Queenslanders, but there is relief in sight.

The mercury is predicted to reach 31C in Brisbane on Tuesday following an overnight low of just 24.

Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Gordon Banks told AAP the temperature was a "couple of degrees" above average, but the humidity being felt in the Queensland capital was comparable to that of Darwin.

"It's really all up and down the coast," he said on Monday.

Mr Banks said showers and a possible storm were expected in Brisbane on Tuesday and Wednesday, but a cool change should come through on Thursday.

He said it would start to feel less humid but the temperature looked set to rise on the weekend.


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