Logan and Scenic Rim residents missed out on decent rain in the weekend's storm system, with the Sunshine Coast getting the best falls.
Jimboomba and Beaudesert's weather stations recorded less than one millimetre between them on Sunday.
Meanwhile, the Alexandra Hills station in the Redlands recorded 16mm.
Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Rosa Hoff said the best falls were recorded around Maroochydore and Noosa, and further north, and Stradbroke Island.
Ms Hoff said Logan and Scenic Rim residents could see rain soon.
"There is a chance of showers and storms forecast over the next few days," she said.
Temperatures would remain lower than normal for the rest of the week, thanks to the easterly winds blowing cooler, moist air from over the ocean.
Those winds have brought clouds in with them, Ms Hoff said.
"They can trap the warmth in at night," she said.
Night-time temperatures would remain close to average - about 20 degrees - for this time of year.
Ms Hoff said those temperatures might seem higher because the days had been, for the most part, cooler.
Beaudesert recorded a high of 36 on Saturday. Sunday was significantly cooler, with a top of 29.