WET WEATHER: Rain finally fell across some parts of the region yesterday.
WET WEATHER: Rain finally fell across some parts of the region yesterday. Anastassia Perets

Check out how much rain fell across the region

RAIN finally fell across some parts of the Southern Downs yesterday but some areas were luckier than others.

Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Michael Gray said a station in Warwick recorded 18mm since 9am yesterday.

During the same time frame, areas across the region enjoyed larger totals. They included:

- Goomburra: 46mm

- Glengallan Creek: 32mm

- Allora: 22mm

- Emu Vale: 20mm

- Upper Rosenthal: 14mm

- Bony Mountain: 11mm

- Glen Niven Dam: 5mm

- Applethorpe: 1.8mm

"You would expect that most of that would have fallen in storms," Mr Gray said.

Mr Gray said Warwick residents could expect similar weather today, with showers and storms expected.

There is a chance of the storms becoming severe.

"The main risk is wind and rain but in the afternoon there is a chance of large hail," Mr Gray said.

More rainfall is also predicted in Warwick, with between 5mm and 2mm on the forecast.

"If you miss out on a storm you might not get anything at all but if you see a storm come past your area you might get quite a bit of rain," Mr Gray said.

Mr Gray advised residents to keep an eye on warnings issued by the Bureau of Meteorology throughout the day.

How much rain did you get at your place? Let us know in the comments below.



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