The heavier falls could miss Warwick on New Year's Eve.
The heavier falls could miss Warwick on New Year's Eve. Gerard Walsh

Storms predicted in wide area

THE more severe of the storms later today are expected to be north and east of Warwick.

Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Adam Blazak said at 11.50am that showers were forming in the Inglewood area and east of Warwick on the Great Dividing Range.

"Keep an eye on the radar but at this stage, the more severe storms are likely to be east and north of Warwick,” he said.

"There could be storms anywhere from south of Bundaberg to the border ranges.”

The weather situation for Warwick will be similar on Tuesday with any storms in the early afternoon.

Mr Blazak said heavier falls could be up to 50mm but would be localised.

"There will be less chance the further west you go,” he said.

The heaviest rain to 9am Sunday was 10mm at White Swamp, 7.8mm at Queen Mary Falls and 7mm at The Head.

There was 1mm in at least six areas, Bony Mountain, Emu Vale, Elbow Valley, Upper Rosenthal, Connolly Dam and Victoria Hill, .6mm at Yangan and .4mm in Warwick.



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