Aaron Abraham and daughter Alliyah, who is escaping the rain under her big umbrella.
Aaron Abraham and daughter Alliyah, who is escaping the rain under her big umbrella. Blainey Woodham

Drizzly few days ahead

TWEED shire residents can look forward to nothing but drizzle this weekend with rain set to continue for at least another four days.

Weather Channel presenter Sally Ayhan has delivered a gloomy forecast.

"There's no real respite in sight," Ms Ayhan said.

"The temperature will warm up a little but there will be annoying patches of rain right up to Sunday."

Ms Ayhan said the Tweed region would receive a further 50mm today , showers on Friday and another 20mm on both Saturday and Sunday.

"The rain will continue but the cloud cover means the heat won't be able to escape so we won't be having too many chilly mornings," she said.

Sunday will provide the week's maximum temperature of 29 degrees, with overnight lows of 20 degrees throughout the week.

Yesterday was two degrees cooler than the same date last year, with a maximum of 27 degrees felt in Tweed Heads.



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