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Here’s what you can expect with today’s Gold Coast weather

As summer moves towards autumn what can locals expect today? […]

As summer moves towards autumn what can locals expect today? We have the latest word from the Weather Bureau.

At 2am today, expect an unpleasantly warm and humid day, with a dew point of 21.6. It is likely to feel like 24.7 with a relative humidity of 95 per cent.

The highest expected temperature today is 28, which is 1 degree higher than yesterday’s max.

Warmer conditions are expected on five of the next six days, with the mercury climbing above today’s maximum on Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

The chance of rain today is 80 per cent.

Showers are less likely tomorrow with the Bureau of Meteorology forecasting a high (70 per cent) chance of rain.

The UV index is predicted to be 14. There is an extreme risk of harm from sun exposure. Unprotected skin can burn within minutes in today’s conditions. Experts suggest looking for shade and avoiding sun exposure around noon. General advice is to take all precautions such as using eye protection, sunscreen and covering up.

Winds will be south around 23 km/h in the morning shifting to south-southeast around 35 km/h in the afternoon.

Details for the next six days:

Sunday, February 11: Partly cloudy. Possible shower. Fresh SE winds Min – 22. Max – 29.

Monday, February 12: Partly cloudy. Showers, mostly morning. Fresh SE winds Min – 23. Max – 28.

Tuesday, February 13: Mostly sunny. SE winds Min – 23. Max – 29.

Wednesday, February 14: Mostly sunny. SW winds tending E’ly Min – 22. Max – 30.

Thursday, February 15: Partly cloudy. Showers, heavy at times. Fresh SW/SE winds Min – 23. Max – 30.

Friday, February 16: Mostly cloudy. Showers, chance storm. Fresh SE winds Min – 24. Max – 30.

The previous Gold Coast weather article can be viewed here.

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