Parts of the South East could experience flash flooding again today after yesterday's downpour brought a month's worth of rain to some suburbs.
Mount Coot-tha copped 111mm while there were severe conditions on the northside, one woman getting stuck in her car at Toombul Shopping Centre, luckily she was rescued by a couple of council workers.
Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Adam Woods said the big wet is expected to stick around for the next few days, but we'll see the worst of it today.
"With an upper trough affecting the east coast, we're expecting heavy showers with rainfall around the 10mm to 30mm mark and up to 80mm if we get another storm," he said.
"It's forecast to move offshore on Friday, taking most of the weather with it. We do have another trough system moving in from the south east, but it won't reach the coast until later in the weekend."