January 25, 2012

Situation deteriorating in flooded south-east Qld - ABC News
Emergency Management Queensland (EMQ) says torrential rain that has caused chaos around the state's south-east on Tuesday is only going to get heavier overnight.

More rain to come as southeast Queensland cops a drenching
- News.com.au

DOZENS of people have been evacuated from their homes, hundreds of streets closed and Australia Day celebrations cancelled as drenching rain continues to fall across the state

The Nation Boy feared drowned as freak weather lashes eastern states
- The Australian

RELENTLESS downpours over 48 hours caused flash flooding and brought traffic chaos along a 500km stretch of Queensland and NSW yesterday, cancelling Australia Day festivities and evoking painful memories of last summer's deadly flooding for scores of recovering communities

Southeast Queensland braces for more rain
- SMH.com.au

Southeast Queensland is bracing for more drenching rain after the heaviest downpours since last summer caused widespread flash flooding across the region.

Queensland braced for flash flooding, monsoonal rain in worst weather since 2011 flood disaster
- Herald Sun

Rain creates havoc at an intersection on Mount Tamborine. iPhone vision, no audio Two Mins on High, floods expected The forecast for the week is rain and more rain with floods expected.

Much more rain to come, says bureau
- Brisbane Times

Southeast Queensland is bracing for another 24 hours of heavy rainfall, with forecasters predicting more than 200 millimetres of rain to bucket down on parts of the region by tomorrow night.

Flash flooding closes Coast roads
- Gold Coast Bulletin

HEAVY rainfall and flash flooding continue to hit the Coast with several roads closed, several accidents reported and more than 200 Gold Coast Energex customers experiencing power outages during the wild weather.