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© Penny Dahl, @pennycopterA tree fell onto a house in Collingwood Park.
Severe thunderstorm warnings have been issued for parts of southeast Queensland this afternoon, as the region continues to clean up following yesterday's wild weather.

The Bureau of Meteorology says severe thunderstorms have been detected on radar between Cooyar and Crows Nest, with damaging winds and large hailstones likely. Read the full warning here.

Residents in the path of the storm are advised to secure loose outdoor items, move their car under cover or away from trees, and seek shelter.

During yesterday's storms fallen trees blocked roads and caused damage, with one collapsing onto a home in Collingwood Park, about 30km from the Brisbane CBD, almost splitting it in two.

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© BOM.gov.auThe storms are developing north-west of Brisbane.
The Queensland Fire and Emergency Service said it received around 200 calls for help yesterday, with more than 100 of those in and around Ipswich alone.

A 25-year-old man was struck by lightning in Ipswich, and suffered minor injuries. A 24-year-old man was taken to hospital in a stable condition after touch fallen power lines.

Energy provider Energex recorded 100,000 lightning strikes and around 20,000 homes lost power.

Ipswich woman Bec Daly recorded an incredible lightning strike near a bus stop.

Captioned "nothing like a little heart attack to end the day", the video uploaded by Ms Daly to Facebook showed two powerful orange bolts striking across the road as locals scrambled for safety.

November 30, 2015: A woman has recorded the moment lightning struck twice at a bus stop in Ipswich, in Queensland's southeast.

The SES said most requests were for smashed windows, fallen trees and powerlines and leaking roofs.

Golf ball-sized hail fell at Tara, inland from Toowoomba, and 50mm of rain fell within half an hour at Campbells, north of Warwick.

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© Narimani AfsanehHail in Oxley, in south-west Brisbane.
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© Supplied, Dean HansonLightning strike caught on camera from Grange.
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© Supplied, name withheldLightning strike viewed from Ipswich.
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© Supplied, Coskun GencerlerLightning strikes viewed from The Gap.
Around 70mm of rain fell in Harrisville, in the Scenic Rim region, in around 30 minutes.

The Darling Downs was also hit by large hail, with roads flooded within minutes.

Storms are expected to persist in the area for much of the week.