A torrential downpour has struck southeast Queensland, causing flash flooding and closing roads.
A torrential downpour has ended the heatwave across South-East Queensland.
Up to 150mm of rain has fallen in Brisbane and Ipswich, causing flash flooding and closing roads.
'Sunrise' reporter Michelle Tapper has the details.
The downpour happened between 3pm and 6pm last night, which caused chaos on the road.
There were huge delays are people trying to get home.
Buses were also delayed several streets were flooded and closed down.
Kingsford Smith Drive was closed in both directions around Hamilton.
Same story at Ipswich.
Some parts of the city received over 150mm of rain.
The Brisbane River received over 100mm, pretty much up and down the entire river.
Beautiful, but I'm feeling like a duck at the moment.
We need it! The SES were kept busy.
They had over 80 callouts to people 's homes, mainly for leaking roofs and trees that were down.
This morning is a beautiful morning, expecting a top of 29,