Rainfall and storms are on their way to the South East again this week, as ex-cyclone Trevor travels this way.
Wednesday and Thursday are expected to see between 15-40 millilitres of rain each day, with possible thunderstorms predicted as well.
Aditi Sharan from The Bureau of Meteorology has forecast muggy conditions and plenty of moisture throughout the week.
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“While the South East Queensland region will not be directly affected by the ex-tropical cyclone Trevor.
“But as the systems tracks down the coast, it will combine with a ridge of high pressure which is along the east coast at the moment.
“With it, it will bring a lot of moisture.
“We can expect a high to very high chance of showers on the Gold Coast on Wednesday and a chance of thunderstorms.
“And on Thursday, high chance of showers, rain at times.
“So that should start easing off on Friday, with a medium chance of showers in the morning period,” Ms Sharan said.