The Sunshine Coast hinterland has been the hardest hit, with Crohamhurst recording 156mm since 9am on Monday. Nearby, Maleny obtained 153mm, Judds Road 130mm and Mount Glorious 157mm.
On the Gold Coast, Upper Springbook obtained 149mm since 9am Monday.
In Greater Brisbane, the airport obtained 57mm, Bribie Island 47mm, Ithaca Creek 60mm, Hemmant 67mm and Deception Bay 86mm. Stradbroke Island obtained 88mm.
The Bureau of Meteorology is warning the Sunshine Coast may obtain one other 85mm over the following two days, with Brisbane anticipated to be drenched by one other 50mm.
Forecaster Pieter Claassen mentioned the in a single day falls had been the results of a subtropical low sitting “quite close to the coastline”.
“There were strong south-easterly winds on the southern flank of that low pressure system which helped to drive showers, and overnight we did see that quite widespread rainfall,” he mentioned.
“Now that’s turning to bathe exercise this morning.
“It will be a pretty dreary day on Tuesday, with a bit of cloud and showers around. Parts of the southeast coastline could see another 20-40mm, but that will gradually clear into tomorrow.”
A average flood warning has been issued by the Bureau of Meteorology for the Upper Brisbane River.
Meanwhile, Queensland Police have closed roads because of flash-flooding warnings.
“We are seeing multiple roads impacted by flash flooding around the Sunshine Coast,” police wrote on social media.
“Beerwah, Peachester, Glass House Mountains (are) just a few places. If it’s flooded, forget it.”
A hazardous surf warning can also be lively for Fraser Island coast, Sunshine Coast and Gold Coast waters.