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The pictures shown on the late news on Nine were great, the Blue Mountains are awash.
South-East Queensland's not exactly dried out, either, although there's been a price paid.
The (RSPCA) estimates around 100 cattle and a large number of horses drowned in the Coomera River after the northern end of the Gold Coast received more than 360mm of rain in 24 hours over the weekend - the most intense day-long deluge in a century.
More rain on the way
Weather bureau senior forecaster Ben Annells said an unstable northeasterly air flow had brought heavy rain to the southeast coastal region.
"A lot of places in southeast Queensland have had the majority of their average monthly rainfall in 24 hours," he said. "Places like Southport and Logan have exceeded their monthly average already."
Mr Annells said other parts of the state could now look forward to rain.
And I've had a bit of rain here, too. An inch. But added to the four inches the other week it's been wet - and the grass is getting really, really long! People have been trying to mow between the showers over the weekend and today.