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HEAVY RAIN DEVELOPS ON QUEENSLAND'S CENTRAL COAST

The combination of an upper trough and surface convergence has resulted in some significant rainfall on the Central Queensland coastline over the past 24 hours.  The BoM graphic below shows some big falls occurring with some of the most notable ones being

  •  Bundy - 139mm (with various locations around the city picking up to 160mm)
  • Cooran - 105mm
  • Gympie - 54mm
  • Middlemount - 50mm

Widespread 20-50mm rain fell in SEQ yesterday as well. 

More moderate to possibly heavy falls are expected today in areas north of Bundaberg to Mackay with showers spreading further northwards tomorrow.

Expected rainfalls today from the ACCR model on the OCC Weather Centre
NOCK-TEN DOWNGRADED - MANILA SPARED FROM THE WORST
STATE WEATHER UPDATES - DECEMBER 26
 

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