Storms have lashed the Sunshine Coast and Moreton Bay region overnight, bringing heavy rain to some parts.
Toorbul near Caboolture recorded more than 154 millimetres since 9am yesterday, 50mm of that bucketing down in just 25 minutes around 10pm.
Further north, parts of the Sunshine Coast have recorded up to 80mm overnight.
The biggest falls were around Sugar Bag Rd in Little Mountain (74mm), West Woombye (84mm) and Buderim (91mm).
Gympie received 57mm and Tin Can Bay 60mm.
We could see more thunderstorm activity across the region this morning and afternoon, however any action is expected to be less severe than yesterday’s storms.
Meanwhile, a Hazardous Surf Warning remains in place for waters off the Fraser Island Coast, Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast.
Surf Life Saving Queensland advise people to consider staying out of the water and avoid walking near surf-exposed areas.
Rock fishers are told to avoid coastal rock platforms exposed to the ocean and seek a safe location that is sheltered from the surf, and boaties planning to cross shallow water and ocean bars should consider changing or delaying their voyage.