A cold front sweeping through south-east Queensland is bringing rain to the Redlands, Beaudesert and Logan today.
The Bureau of Meteorology said thunder would be heard across south-east Queensland but storms in the Redlands would not be severe.
A lightning strike this morning from more severe conditions to the north and west has left 3327 homes without power from Moreton Bay to Ipswich.
Temperatures are two degrees warmer than average, with maximum daytime temperatures in the low 20s today.
Meteorologist Rosa Hoff said weather should clear in the afternoon but storms might return through the week.
"There is the potential for storms again on Thursday as this cold front pushes through the south-east," she said.
"Thursday we will see those colder temperatures coming back, but it won't be as cool as the last cold blast we saw."
Wind conditions on the bay are southerly at 10 to 15 knots with swells reaching 1 metre.