Severe thunderstorms belted Queensland over the weekend, starting fires, uprooting trees and roofs collapsing.
We've collected some of the best reader photos and videos of the lightning, rain and hail.
The Bureau of Meteorology is also forecasting more storms, hail, rain and damaging wind gusts for the Gold Coast, Brisbane and the Sunshine Coast today.
"There's an upper trough over southeast Queensland giving the atmosphere a fair bit of energy and there is some humid air coming from the Coral Sea," senior forecaster Peter Otto told ABC News.
He said storm activity was likely to start early and continue throughout the day.
A Department of Community Safety spokeswoman told ninemsn the storm had led to 160 requests for SES assistance as of 8.30am on Sunday morning.
She said the hardest hit area was inner city Brisbane.
About 13,000 homes and businesses in Brisbane, Ipswich and Somerset were left without power after the storms hit the region at about 11am.
More than 11,000 lightning strikes were recorded across southeast Queensland and Energex received reports of more than 100 powerlines down.
"It turned day into night," a SES worker said.