SCATTERED hail storms across the Maranoa transformed some backyards in a winter wonderland.

Bureau of Meteorology forecaster Shane Kennedy said Roma experienced 1.6mm between 12pm and 3pm on Sunday July 27.

"Generally unsettled weather for the majority of the state," he said.

"[Hail] largely missed the Roma area."

Although the rain clouds were patchy and some areas did not experience any rain, Wallumbilla was hit with 7mm of rain.

Areas to the north of Roma experienced heavier weather with a few hailstorms reported there as well.

But closer to Miles, some areas were hit with 15mm of rain or more.

This was small compared to parts of South East Queensland with Upper Springbrook recorded 40mm and parts of New South Wales experiencing flooding.

Roma resident Sally Douglas caught the sudden hailstorm on video.

"The hailstorm didn't last very long but it could've been much worse with peoples vehicles out on the roads," she said.

"Most importantly the farmers with their winter crops in.

"I think we're all waiting for Hughie to work his magic and let the rain come down."

Some hail found at Roma on Sunday July 26 Picture: Social media
Some hail found at Roma on Sunday July 26 Picture: Social media

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