Cool change, showers, storms on radar for Coast
Autumn has arrived on the Sunshine Coast with cooler temperatures, showers and storms replacing the "uncomfortable sticky" weather of recent days.
The weather bureau has predicted a week of showers and thunderstorms to dampen the Coast with light rainfall totals expected.
Forecaster Shane Kennedy said it would be brought on by a southeast change pushing through which would drop the temperatures from low-30Cs to mid-20Cs.
"It was quite uncomfortable and sticky at the weekend, so this change should cool things down and feel more like autumn," Mr Kennedy said.
Mr Kennedy said showers were a low chance for Monday and that any storm activity would likely be too far inland to affect the region.
From Tuesday, he said the Coast had a better chance to experience wet weather.
"Tuesday is likely to have rainfall as that change pushes up," he said.
"From Wednesday to Thursday, it's more of a medium chance.
"But unless there is a severe storm, the rain is not likely to be overly heavy, just in the 5-10mm range."