Heavy rainfall in parts of South Australia has brought relief to farmers, while Adelaide has recorded its wettest day in more than two years.
The mid-north cities of Port Pirie and Port Augusta recorded 44.6mm and 34.4mm respectively, after a rain band swept across the state on Tuesday night.
The Eyre Peninsula town of Whyalla received 32mm, while farmer Wade Dabinett said 40 to 55mm fell at his property at Parilla, in the southern Mallee.
"That's the best rainfall we've had in a couple of years," he said.
"It really is a great relief after what's been an extremely long summer."
Mr Dabinett, who is also chair of Grain Producers South Australia, said his property did not get a "big soaking" last year and he was expecting similar conditions this season.
But he said not everyone has benefited from recent rainfall.
"While we had pretty reasonable rains at home in May, they were in sort of 10 millimetre chunks," he said.
"You don't have to go too far north from us, the guys in the northern Mallee have struggled and only had about 20 millimetres for the year."
At Cradock in the Flinders Ranges, publican Dickie Anderson said his property had received an inch since 4.30am Wednesday morning.
"The end of 2016 was the last time we had an inch of rain," he said.
"It was pretty dry, pretty dusty - there's not much left on the ground."
Meanwhile, the city's Kent Town weather station recorded just over 39 millimetres in 24 hours - its wettest day since December, 2016.
More than 65mm fell at several spots in the Adelaide Hills, including Mount Lofty and Aldgate Creek.