RAIN soaked the south-east over the weekend, with Redlands and Beaudesert both recording their wettest day since February.
Logan also snapped a run of dry weather, with 60mm falling inside a 24 hour period to 9am on Sunday.
It was the most rain the city had endured in a single day since March.
Beaudesert copped 34.4mm on Saturday and into Sunday morning, while Redlands received a whopping 64.6mm.
The falls almost tripled the Weather Bureau's prediction for the bayside.
It was the most rain the Redlands had received since February, when 100mm was dumped in 24 hours during a bout of wild weather.
The wet weekend saw monthly rainfall totals skyrocket, with Beaudesert now sitting at 50mm, Logan 101mm and Redlands 108mm.
Mostly sunny days are forecast for the rest of this week and into next but Wednesday is shaping as a chilly day.
A low of 4 degrees is predicted for Beaudesert, while Logan is expected to drop as low a 7 degrees and Redlands 9 degrees.
A run of single digit lows is forecast to continue for Beaudesert until Sunday.
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