Up to 300mm of rain could fall daily until storm makes landfall at the weekend

Police are warning people in southern Queensland to stay out of the surf as Cyclone Oma brings damaging winds, hazardous surf conditions and abnormally high tides.

While the cyclone is not expected to make landfall until the weekend, beach swells are already building and high winds are expected to significantly increase from Thursday night.

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