The Gold Coast has copped a bit of a drenching overnight, with the rain not likely to let up anytime soon.
Since 9.00 am yesterday, the northern Gold Coast received nearly 100 millimetres of rain, with Monterey Keys taking in 108 mm.
Biggera Creek a close second at 97 mm recorded.
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At the southern end, certainly not as heavy, with Tallebudgera receiving just 23 mm in the last 24 hours.
We’re being told the rain and potential storms could hang around the Gold Coast this morning, before clearing up a little later on.
The Bureau’s forecast says we could receive up to 30 millimetres of rain again today.
The wet conditions won’t stop there, with showers expected to continue throughout the next week.
Here’s what the Bureau is forecasting from today.