THE Northern State Emergency Service has warned property owners in flood-prone areas to remain on alert, although there was less rain than expected overnight.
Northern regional manager Mhairi Revie advised people not to be complacent.
Northern SES volunteers have so far responded to one call for help with flooding at a Devon Hills house.
Ms Revie said volunteers were responding to more sandbag requests today.
"We are expecting a forecast for very rough weather this evening," she said.
The Bureau of Meteorology has issued minor flood warnings for the North Esk, South Esk, Lower Meander, Lower Macquarie and Mersey rivers.
The North Esk catchment received 10 to 15 millimetres of rain overnight, while the Meander catchment received 10 to 20 millimetres, the Western Tiers and the Lake River catchment received 30 to 40 millimetres, and the Mersey River catchment received 20 to 45 millimetres.
The forecast for the Central North District for the rest of today is rain easing to scattered showers in the morning, becoming widespread in the evening.
Daytime maximum temperatures are about 11 degrees.
The bureau's forecast for tomorrow is rain, easing to scattered showers in the late afternoon.
Showers are expected to fall as snow above 600 metres during the late afternoon and evening tomorrow.
There is also a chance of thunderstorms at night with hail and gusty winds.
Overnight temperatures are expected to fall to between two and five degrees, with daytime temperatures reaching between nine and 12.