Parts of the Gold Coast have been smashed by torrential rain in the last 24 hours.

The northern part of the city appears to have copped the brunt of the wild weather, with a mammoth 354 millimetres of rain recorded in Norwell since 9am on Tuesday.

Canungra has also copped 275mm, while 125mm has fallen at Lower Springbrook.

The Bureau of Meteorology has confirmed the city can expect to see more showers across the day, however, the wet conditions are expected to ease by the evening.

In some good news, the system that has brought the relentless wet weather is also expected to be a distant memory by Good Friday.

While we will still see some shower activity across the Easter long weekend, it won’t be anywhere near as heavy as what we have seen, with only about 1mm forecast each day.

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