A extreme climate warning stays in areas of south-east Queensland with regionally heavy rainfall, damaging winds and unsafe of circumstances alongside the shoreline, a Bureau of Meteorology spokesman stated.
“Though the height interval of extreme climate has correctly handed in a single day, extreme climate nonetheless stays,” he stated.
The heaviest of the rainfall is all at present targeted off Fraser Island and the Sunshine Coast.
Bathe exercise is monitoring alongside the south Queensland shoreline.
The extreme climate ought to begin to diminish into tomorrow.
A flood warning stays in place for coastal catchments between St Lawrence and the Queensland-NSW border, together with areas of the Darling Downs.
Hazardous serve circumstances brought on by gale-force winds are an actual threat, the spokesman stated.