Farmers are thanking the rain as more severe falls will occur in central and south Queensland.
Rosa Hoff, forecaster for the Bureau of Meteorology, said an inland trough was becoming increasingly mobile, which would increase showers in the southeast for the next few days.
Brisbane is expected to be between 15 and 35 mm tomorrow and between 40 mm on Thursday, the Gold Coast up to 45 mm on Thursday and up to 50 mm tomorrow for Beaudesert.
« We will see a separate trough through South Queensland in the coming days that will increase rainfall in Southeast Queensland, Brisbane, Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast, but this will be removed from any tropical low systems remaining in the north, » Ms said Hope.
It comes as ex-tropical cyclone Imogen continues to wreak havoc in the far north after being downgraded to a tropical low yesterday, with possible rainfall of up to 300mm.
There were more than 10 roads completely flooded in the north yesterday with widespread damage when the system landed in Karumba at around 11 p.m. on Sunday evening.
Severe weather warnings apply to people on the tropical north coast and in the plateaus as well as in parts of the peninsula, the Gulf Country, the northern gold fields and the Upper Flinders as well as Herbert and Lower Burdekin.
The Bureau of Meteorology says rainfall levels between 150mm and 200mm are likely, with localized periods of intense rainfall potentially reaching 300mm over six hours on the coast and in the areas.
Free sandbags are available for Cairns residents before it is predicted to rain heavily this week. There are several flood guards.
Although the system was downgraded to a tropical low at 10am yesterday, the bill of materials still describes it as « very dangerous ». . It is moving southeast towards the tropical north coast and may move slowly.
Affected locations are Townsville, Georgetown, Cairns, Ingham, Cardwell, Mareeba, Ayr, Giru, Atherton, Yarrabah, Ravenshoe, Greenvale and Julatten.
Any rain is welcome for Tom Hall, 27, who has been visiting his uncle and aunt’s Tommerup Dairy Farm in the Kerry Valley near Beaudesert since he was five and grew up surrounded by greenery.
But years of drought turned the green grass into hard, dry ground, and early last year a fire nearly reached the property.
« We were lucky that none of the property was burned, but it came very close, the soil was so dry that much of it wasn’t even absorbed. It took a long time for it to suck in the moisture, it just drained away. « Mr. Hall said.
« Last year we were like we really wanted to continue? It’s very exhausting, we saw that the neighbors had to stop milking, another family of ours had to stop milking on the street. « »
But since the middle of last year and the last rainy season, the farm has traded cracked ground for green paddocks, meaning Tom could start Tommy’s pasture eggs. ‘
« It helped me a lot, this rain, it cut the price of grain for you, and it’s so much better for the chooks to have that green grass than just dirt and dry old trash, » Hall said.
« It certainly gives me a little more mental stability to get through, although it is a lot of work, but we will do it, the chickens were very well located. « »
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