Queensland's wild weather over for now
SEVERE weather that has buffeted the east coast of Queensland for days is no longer a threat for the state, the Bureau of Meteorology has said.
While New South Wales is still dealing with wild weather and flooding, the worst of the danger to the Sunshine State has passed.
The BOM has cancelled a severe weather warning for Queensland, saying the immediate threat of severe weather has passed, but the meteorological service will continue to monitor conditions and issue further warnings if necessary.
Queenslanders are still advised to beware of debris from the recent storms, avoid fallen trees and power lines, stay out of flood water, and phone the State Emergency Service if necessary on 132 500.
Queensland Police Service reported fallen power lines blocking Colemans Rd, Yandina overnight, and vegetation hazards were spotted on the Bruce Hwy off ramp at Eumundi.
Strong wind warnings remain in place for the Fraser Island Coast, Sunshine Coast waters, Moreton Bay and Gold Coast waters.
On the Sunshine Coast partially cloudy conditions and a top of 21C are expected for Monday.
Westerly winds of 20 to 30 kmh are expected to peak at 25 to 40 kmh in the morning.