Heavy rain on the Fraser Coast caused minor flash flooding on Wednesday afternoon - A day at the skate park came to an end when the waters rose in less than 20 minutes.  Lance Cameron and Shantelle Bartlett
Heavy rain on the Fraser Coast caused minor flash flooding on Wednesday afternoon - A day at the skate park came to an end when the waters rose in less than 20 minutes. Lance Cameron and Shantelle Bartlett Valerie Horton

UPDATE: Some places on Fraser Coast could get up to 100mm

UPDATE: 

IF an expected trough anchors itself over the Fraser Coast, weather forecaster Andrew Bufalino said we could receive falls between 30-60mm on Sunday and Monday.

He said while it was too hard to pin point the location of the trough at this stage, if it is close to home there could also be isolated falls of up to 100mm in areas of the region.

"If this trough ends up further south falls won't be as high," he said.

"It's too early to pin point exactly where the heavier falls will be at this stage."

 

EARLIER: 

WE had our fair share of rain on the Fraser Coast overnight and there is more coming. 

Just over 19mm fell in Hervey Bay while 22mm dropped in Maryborough, according to the Bureau of Meteorology. 

The rain started about lunch time on Wednesday and continued on and off through until this morning. 

 There is a 95% chance of showers on Thursday. 

This wet weather will continue through the weekend and into next week. 

Thunderstorms are predicted on Sunday and Monday. 

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Minimums of 19 degrees and maximums of up to 29 degrees can be expected for much of the week. 

The wettest day this month was November 19 in Hervey Bay when 48.2mm fell while Maryborough had theirs on November 23 with 27.2mm. 

There was flash flooding across the region during Wednesday's downpour. 



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