Widespread rain is forecast over much of the south coast of Queensland today. Six-hour rainfall of up to 250mm is possible for the Fraser Coast.
The Bureau of Meteorology predicts severe thunderstorms from seventeen to seventy to the Sunshine Coast in the afternoon.
Several streets have already been closed due to flash floods, including Mott Street in Brendale in the Moreton Bay area.
Tonight and tomorrow, it will rain even more in the southeast, including Brisbane, as the developing low moves south.
« It will be a wild few days for some parts of the state. »
Mr. Gray said that « fairly significant rainfall » with local heavy rain was expected in Wide Bay and north of the Sunshine Coast today.
EverStrong thunderstorm forecast for Sunday⚠️⚠️Heavy rainfall likely from seventeen to seventy to the Sunshine Coast from the afternoon onwards🌧️Damaging gusts of wind & intense rainfall from Miriam Vale to Noosa this evening and overnight possible. Check the warnings. & updates https://t.co/96XWqjegKqpic.twitter.com/GVhYPfUBgh
The Brisbane metropolitan area is forecast to have sustained light to moderate rain today, which is likely to increase overnight as the system moves south.
« From around Maroochydore today we can see in the 30-60mm range and then 20-40mm in the northern suburbs (from Brisbane), » said Gray.
« We’ll see much higher sums than today in Brisbane and the Gold Coast starting tonight and tomorrow. »
In wet weather, remember to take it easy, drive to conditions, and turn on the lights so you can see and be seen! # QldWeatherpic.twitter.com / gZ5QYjFs8c
« Heavy rainfall, which can lead to flash floods, can develop in areas between Seventeen Seventy, Gympie and Caloundra on Sunday evenings and into Monday, » warns BOM.
« Six hourly rainfall between 120 and 160 mm is likely in areas with locally heavy falls of 200 to 250 mm over coastal communities and Fraser Island. »
Tomorrow even wetter weather is expected in the southeast, as the heavy rain system runs along the coast to the south and in some areas up to 200 ml is possible.
Storm winds between 34 knots and 47 knots are expected to sweep the coasts of Capricornia and Fraser Island.
A dangerous surf warning will extend south to the Sunshine Coast on Monday morning, to the Moreton Bay Islands later in the day, and to the waters of the Gold Coast on Tuesday.
A strong wind warning of 26 to 33 knots was also issued for the Mackay Coast, Sunshine Coast and Hervey Bay.
Meteorologist Felim Hanniffy said the developing deep system will run south from parts of Capricornia Wide Bay to the Sunshine Coast before continuing south on Monday.
He said commuters returning from Easter holidays should be careful on the streets tomorrow as the risk of thunderstorms and heavy rains increases on the last day of the long weekend.
💧Flood monitors the current status in SE #QLD & NE #NSW when the trough and low pressure system moves on Easter Sunday. Severe weather warnings are expected in the coastal areas. 50-100 mm fall every day, occasional falls of 100-200 mm possible. Flooding for some rivers. See: https://t.co/wt94na0IZjpic.twitter.com/eFzaQglfU4
« The developing low means there will be very heavy rainfall in the southeast, averaging 100mm, which could rise up to 200mm in some regions on the coast, » he said.
« There is still some uncertainty about the developing lows, how it will play out, which will affect the amount of rainfall we see and also the potential for some noxious winds to accompany that rainfall, » said he.
Originally published as Flooding, it blocks roads from severe storms, noxious winds, and 250mm flooding
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The man died of his injuries after an alleged argument
Residents spoke up on Easter Sunday after a tragedy and said it was the fourth major crash in four months in the area.
« It’s a community that builds and grows over the years and you get to know people. »
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