Soaking rains and ‘active, unstable weather’ to continue in south-east Queensland this week
Parts of south-east Queensland which were drenched overnight won’t get much reprieve to dry off before further rainfall is predicted to hit.
An average of 25 to 50 millimetres fell in southern regions across the state overnight, but some locations recorded more than 80 millimetres.
Forecaster Ken Kato told Sofie Formica some showers will continue today, but the soaking will ramp up again later this week.
“Thursday, we’ll probably get a fairly big zone of showers and thunderstorms developing over the lower-eastern parts of Queensland.
“That’ll gradually march eastwards later on Thursday and some sections of south-east Queensland might start getting those showers and storms very late on Thursday.
“We’ve got a pretty active, unstable weather regime coming up later this week.”
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