A flood warning for the Flinders Ranges area has been downgraded, with the State Emergency Service saying the threat has lowered - but was still there.
"The risk of flooding for Flinders Ranges rivers and creeks has reduced," the warning said.
"River levels are dropping, but remain higher than normal.
"Although the threat to your safety has reduced, some risks are still present and you should take care in the area over the next few days."
The SES warns that if property has been flooded, people should not turn electricity back on until it has been checked by a qualified electrician and that areas reliant on rainwater may have some safety issues with the household water supply.
The SES also warns that some roads may still be covered in mud, debris or have experienced damage to the surface, while others may still remain closed.
Check on road closures at dpti.sa.gov.au/OutbackRoads
A flood warning has been issued in the Flinders Ranges following on from thunderstorms in the region.
The SA State Emergency Service issues a flood warning late yesterday and again this morning, saying rivers and creeks within the Flinders Ranges remain high and numerous roads within the area are impacted by floodwaters and may not be passable.
Bureau of Meteorology duty forecaster Hannah Marsh said areas in the southern and mid-Flinders Ranges had received rainfall totals or more than 50 millimetres in the two days to 9am this morning, primarily driven by the thunderstorm activity.
Willowie in the Mid North recorded 51.8mm, while Bruce, a little further north, had 51mm and Quorn had 46mm.
Black Rock received 41mm, while Hawker recorded 39.4mm and Port Augusta 36.4mm.
But the rain was somewhat hit and miss with Blinman recording 9.4mm.
Ms Marsh said the low pressure system causing these storms had moved into NSW but there was some more showers expected in the region across today and the weekend.
"it is possible to see future totals of 15mm to 30mm across Friday to Sunday in the Flinders," she said.
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