As summer continues to roll through we have a number of ongoing heavy rain and flood warnings throughout Queensland.

Intense rainfall is expected for the state’s south-east and north-west.

While rain is easing in Brisbane, Queensland Fire and Emergency Services were called out to 13 rescues last night due to flash flooding.

Samford in Brisbane’s north-west was soaked with more that 300mm of rain within three hours.

A an emergency notice for Brisbane was withdrawn this morning although there is still concern for some of the outer regions.

Rising levels in Lockyer Valley early prompted an emergency alert early this morning.

A heavy rainfall warning has been withdrawn for Brisbane, however one still remains in place for north-west Queensland which is copping large amounts of rain from ex-Tropical Cyclone Kirrily.

More than 250mm dropped on Seymour Gap near Cloncurry within 24 hours.

Rain is expected to ease overnight as it’s predicted to move offshore tomorrow.