The Bureau of Meteorology has issued a major flood warning for the Logan and Albert river catchments. Residents of Beenleigh and those living near the mouth of the Logan River have been warned about the possibility of flooding.
The Bureau of Meteorology said a rapid river level rises have been recorded and are continuing at many locations across the Logan and Albert river catchments with moderate flooding is expected at Beenleigh tonight.
Residents of Beenleigh and those living at the mouth of the Logan River have been warned about the possibility of flash flooding today. Waterford, Greenbank, Bahrs Scrub and Chambers Flats are where roads in Logan have the worst flooding this morning.
In the 24 hours to 9am, moderate to heavy falls of up to 100-150 mm were recorded at Beenleigh and falls of 30mm to 50mm were recorded near North Tamborine.
The Logan River at Maclean Bridge is at 6.29 metres and the bureau said it expected minor flooding in that area.
The Albert River at Beenleigh is at 1.92m and likely to exceed the moderate flood level of 4.5m.
Major flooded roads in Logan are :
Pimpama St, Waterford; Stoney Camp Road, Greenbank; Chambers Flat Rd, Chambers Flat; Rossmore Rd, Chambers Flat; Mundoolun Rd, Mundoolun; Bahrs Scrub Rd, Bahrs Scrub; Stockleigh Rd, South Maclean; Clutha Creek Rd, Mundoolun and Dairy Creek Rd Waterford.