Severe thunderstorms on the Gold Coast and the south-east coast have triggered warnings of more damaging winds and heavy rainfall, with an overnight downpour seeing suburbs receive as much as 222 millimetres in three hours.
Some local areas, including Big 4 in Helensvale, had its camp sites flooded overnight.
The Bureau of Meteorology detected the severe thunderstorms about 7am on Friday and were forecast to affect Coolangatta, Miami and waters off Tweed Heads by 8.05 am.
Damaging winds and heavy rainfall might lead to flash flooding in the next several hours. Locations that might be affected include Gold Coast, Coolangatta and Springbrook.
Clagiraba, near Lower Beechmonth, received 104 millimetres in an hour by almost midnight and 118 millimetres in two hours by 12.18am.
Upper Springbrook copped 92 millimetres in an hour and 222 millimetres in three hrs to 12.23am.
Canungra Army had 107 millimetres in the three hours to 12.34am while Mt Tamborine saw 69 millimetres fall in an hour and 95 millimetres in two hrs by 11.49pm.
More to come.