RACQ spokesperson Lucinda Ross said the monsoon was located near Papua New Guinea.
“In its weekly tropical climate note, BOM has forecast an increase in monsoonal activity and the potential for a cyclone to form,” Ms Ross said.
“If a tropical cyclone does develop it could deliver heavy and widespread rainfall across the north of the State.”
Ms Ross said it was important Queensland families took the time to consider what needed to be done around the house in preparation for the potential cyclone and to put their emergency plans in place.
“Take a good look around the outside of your home and remove debris, like branches and trees, clean your gutters and make sure your roof is secure and doesn’t leak,” she said.
“Taking time now to prepare for a storm event is well worth the effort, because once the storm hits, it’s too late.”