HUGE RAIN TOTALS: Parts of the North Burnett doubled their monthly average after a successful week of rain. Taken in Mulgildie. Picture: Facebook/Julie South.
HUGE RAIN TOTALS: Parts of the North Burnett doubled their monthly average after a successful week of rain. Taken in Mulgildie. Picture: Facebook/Julie South.

Rainfall in triple digits for parts of North Burnett

WET weather has been in abundance over the past seven days as parts of the North Burnett surpassed their monthly average rainfall.

Bureau of Meteorology duty forecaster Kimber Wong said there were more showers and storms on the way.

"Mt Gayndah saw 79mm over the last seven days, with the highest rainfall accumulating on Dalgangal Rd with 208mm," Ms Wong said.

"To the east of Gayndah, close to 218mm fell over the week."

The February average for Gayndah sits around 92.2mm according to Ms Wong.

To the south in Ban Ban Springs they had 142mm, Mingo Creek had 108mm, and Didcot had 115mm."

The rest of the region experienced great with the Monto township receiving 68mm, Mundubbera 83mm, and Eidsvold receiving a whopping 127mm.

Biggenden and Boompa even received 116mm and 113mm within one hour of downpour on the afternoon of February 12.

The February rainfall record for Gayndah is 230mm and could be breached, with BOM forecasting showers and thunderstorms until next Wednesday February 19.


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