A spread of rain across SA over the weekend is set to continue into the start of this week.
Stock Journal readers reported tallies of up to 140mm near Cowell on the Eyre Peninsula, with some road and fence damage resulting, while there was only minimal falls in the Riverland.
Bureau of Meteorology senior meteorologist Vince Rowlands said rainfall in the past seven days had reflected forecasts from earlier in the week.
"We were forecasting the highest totals to be over parts of the Eyre Peninsula and certainly looking at the rainfall over the weekend that's how it turned out," he said.
"The highest total we recorded over the weekend was 125mm in Cowell, while there was 118mm in Winter Springs and 102mm in Cleve."
Along with the EP, the Mount Lofty Ranges and Yorke Peninsula also recorded significant showers.
"Mount Lofty recorded 78mm, while around parts of the Mid-North recorded plenty of rain, with 63mm in Snowtown," he said.
"Up in the northern parts of Kadina there was 91mm and in Wallaroo there was 85mm, so there was certainly some very good rainfall around the region."
There continued to be showers and rainfall activity throughout SA, Mr Rowlands said.
"We've still got showers and thunderstorm activity over the central parts of the state at the moment," he said.
"We're seeing quite a bit of thunderstorm activity extending down through the Flinders Ranges, Mid-North and parts of the YP and across Adelaide.
"We've still got some shower activity across southern parts of the state and over the eastern districts and we're expecting some thunderstorms to develop this afternoon and some of that activity will continue into Tuesday."
While central and eastern parts of the state are expected to receive more rain in the next 24 hours, the showers are expected to ease in the middle of the week, with some more rainfall potentially at the end of the week ahead of another system moving across SA.
SA State Emergency Service Chief of Staff Derren Halleday said since Friday a number of significant incidents had occurred throughout the state.
"On Friday the SES were working with extreme heat and then what turned into a windy evening on Friday night," he said.
"We had some significant rainfall across the EP, YP, Mid-North and parts of Flinders Ranges that caused some flooding issues through some of those areas.
"That's continued into parts of today and the risk has then shifted onto the metro areas, where there's been significant wind damage through the Adelaide metropolitan and Mount Lofty areas."
After flood warnings across the EP last week, the rainfall rates did lead to the roads having surface water over them.
"The roads have been well monitored and managed by those looking after them," he said.
"We've had a number of crews from emergency services take care of those roads to make sure the risks to the public is looked after."
Mr Halleday encouraged the public to not work or play near any floodwaters as it is unpredictable what is underneath them, with people driving through floodwaters being the leading cause of death.
If people notice any damages, they're encouraged to phone the SES at 132 500 or for life-threatening emergencies 000.