SEQ weather: Wet and cloudy days on the way

BOM radar as of 5.45am on June 13, 2017.
BOM radar as of 5.45am on June 13, 2017.

ANOTHER 100mm of rain and a possible thunderstorm were expected to hit the Gold Coast from last night following the wet weekend but flashing flooding is not expected, the weather bureau says.

It came as a severe weather warning was issued for northern NSW last night, with residents warned of possible flash flooding in a region still recovering from the devastating impact left by ex-Cyclone Debbie in March.

The Bureau of Meteorology is expecting a trough lingering off southeast Queensland and a weak east coast low to develop further and nudge the coast on Tuesday.

"Heavy falls are possible on the Gold Coast (Tuesday), but at the moment we're thinking that it doesn't quite meet the criteria for a severe weather warning for this side of the border," meteorologist Rick de Morton said.

"They've had quite a bit of rainfall in northern NSW already so their catchments are a bit wetter than ours are at the moment, but certainly it is going to be a wet day along the Gold Coast."


Caboolture: Rain at times, max 21

Coolangatta: Rain at times. Windy. Max 21.

Ipswich: Rain at times, max 20

Logan Central: Rain at times, max 20

Maroochydore: Rain at times, max 21

Noosa Heads: Rain at times, becoming windy, max 22

Toowoomba: Showers, patchy rain. Max 16


Parts of the Gold Coast notched more than 170mm of rain during the weekend.

Large and powerful surf conditions are expected to be hazardous for coastal activities in the Gold Coast on Tuesday.

It will be a "fairly wet" and cloudy day for Brisbane on Tuesday, meteorologist Rick De Morton said, with 25mm to 50mm of rain expected to fall in the area.

But he said flash flooding is not expected to be a problem across the southeast.

Light winds of 20 to 30 km/h in the early afternoon is possible for Brisbane on Tuesday and Wednesday, with some form of rain expected every day until Sunday.

News Corp Australia

Topics:  queensland weather

Stay Connected

Update your news preferences and get the latest news delivered to your inbox.

Paul Pisasale: Who was the woman at Brisbane watch-house?

Dr Patricia Petersen dressed up for Australia Day

Who was the woman who met Pisasale outside the Brisbane watch-house

RECALL: The supermarket glasses that break in your hands

A RANGE of drinking glasses sold across Australia are being recalled amid fears they may break "during normal use" and cut the hands of whoever is holding it.

They were pulled from shelves on May 25.

School halls are Labor 'pork barrelling', says MP

Shadow Education spokeswoman Tracy Davis has accused Labor of pork barrelling.

"Labor is pork-barrelling on the eve of an election"

Local Partners

Schapelle Corby's Bali boyfriend 'lonely' now she's free

SCHAPELLE Corby’s boyfriend Ben Panangian has spoken of his loneliness for the first time since his lover of 11 years was deported from Bali.

‘One of the most ludicrous films ever made’

Optimus Prime in Transformers: The Last Knight.

Transformers: The Last Knight has been shredded by critics.

Transformers movie bombs to horror opening week

Optimus Prime in a scene from, "Transformers: The Last Knight."

Transformers 5 had the worst opening in the franchise’s history

How 9/11 helped make Waleed Aly a household name

Waleed Aly and Susan Carland at the 2016 Logie Awards

“It feels like there was a script written for me,” he said.

Pixar weighs in on viral Toy Story theory

Woody and Buzz Lightyear from Toy Story.

DID Andy’s dad tragically die just before the story took place?

VIRAL VIDEO: Campaign to bring beloved nanny to Maryborough

** ADVANCE FOR MONDAY, OCT. 16 **FILE**This promotional photo provided by Disney Home Entertainment shows actors Julie Andrews as Mary Poppins and Dick Van Dyke as Bert in a scene from the 40th anniversary edition of the Disney DVD. P. L. Travers, author of the "Mary Poppins" books, approved of Andrews as Poppins but considered Van Dyke "all wrong" and objected to mixing animated characters with live actors. (AP Photo/Disney Home Entertainment)

Can we get Dame Julie Andrews to come to our festival?

Confident first half year for commercial property

SIGNS OF CONFIDENCE: A mixed-use site at 139 Eumundi Rd, Noosaville, was one of the outstanding results achieved in the year.

Sunshine Coast market showing strong signs for next five years

Ocean views up for sale at Bargara Rise

LAND RELEASE: Rob Sergiacomi on site at the Bargara Rise development off Watsons Road Bargara.

More ocean-view land comes on the market at Bargara

Blueberries help property market boom

RURAL MARKET: Elders sale agent Terry Deefholts, Norman Arkan and rural sales agent Angus McDonald.

Growth in the rural property market

Gateway to $3 billion, 4800 home new Coast city opens

The start of Peter Crosby Way at Sippy Downs, the northern access into the Harmony master-planned community at Palmview.

Palmview's $3b master-planned community of Harmony

Millionaire Nathan Birch to offload $55M in property

Nathan Birch wants to focus more on developing properties.

Sydney property investor has announced he is selling up

Ready to SELL your property?

Post Your Ad Here!