Peta Fahy and Janene Barwick keep out of the rain in Kingscliff.
Peta Fahy and Janene Barwick keep out of the rain in Kingscliff. John Gass

Gloomy weather ahead predicts bureau

DARK clouds, cold temperatures and drizzling rain have covered the Tweed this weekend and will continue into the week.

With temperatures getting down to a low of 8C and a high of 15C through the day it made for a very cold weekend.

The Bureau of Meteorology has forecast cloudy with light rain at times and moderate to fresh and gusty S to SE winds going into early next week.

However, the wet and cold weather didn't stop everyone as Kingscliff's Peta Fahy and family got outside and went for a walk.

"It's quite nice and refreshing, walking in the rain," she said.

"It gets the kids out of the house and burns of some energy."
 



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