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More rain expected for south-east Queensland after downpour drenches Greater Brisbane region – ABC News

Queensland’s south-east corner is hit by heavy rainfall on Tuesday with rain forecast to persist until at least Friday.

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Brisbane and parts of Queensland’s Sunshine Coast have copped a drenching today, with some areas recording 64 millimetres in under an hour.
The highest rainfall reading was recorded at Bribie Island with 64mm, followed by Kippa-Ring with 53mm, and Eagle Farm with 49mm.
Maroochydore had 49.8mm between 9:00am and midday today.
The Bureau of Meteorology (BOM) has forecast further showers and the chance of thunderstorms for the rest of Tuesday and into Wednesday for the Greater Brisbane region.
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