After weeks - and months - of dry across South Australia, many areas received significant falls at the tail end of November.
From Thursday last week, through to Tuesday, there were several significant tallies recorded across parts of Eyre Peninsula, the Mid North, Pastoral areas and - of course - the South East.
On Friday last week, rain in the Naracoorte region caused flash flooding within the town.
The side effect of this for several producers was impacts to harvest and hay cutting.
But while there were significant falls in a number of areas, there were also reports of just how narrow the rain band could be in parts, with several pastoralists saying that it had missed their dams.
What impact has the rain had for you?