Spring rainfall totals across SA were less than average in most districts, with parts of the Eyre Peninsula, Yorke Peninsula and Kangaroo Island sitting in the bottom 10 per cent for average rainfall.
Across the entire state, SA spring rainfall totals were 52pc below average, while September and October were drier than average months.
November rainfall totals were below average in parts of the EP and KI but it was a wetter than average month to end the season in areas of the state's north and east.
But some areas on November 28, had their highest spring daily rainfall on record, with Mount Dare in the far north also recording its wettest spring day on record on November 17.
Temperatures across the state also attracted some attention, with SA having its overall seventh-warmest spring on record and warmest since 2020 based on mean temperature.
September and November were warmer than average months, while October temperatures were closer to average overall and daytime temperatures for spring, were above to very much above average, including a small area of warmest on record in the north-east of the state.
The mean maximum temperature for SA was 2.47 degrees Celsius warmer than average, the sixth-highest on record for spring, while nigh-time temperatures were above to very much above average in the northern Pastoral districts.
In September and October, large high pressure systems brought clear, cold nights over the state at times in the wake of cold fronts, and some sites had their lowest spring temperature on record.
Padthaway South had its lowest spring mean daily minimum temperature on record and Streaky Bay had its lowest spring mean daily minimum temperature since 1969, while Moomba Airport equalled its highest spring mean temperature on record.