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The Weather News We've All Been Waiting For Is FINALLY Here

South Australia has been chewed up and spat out by mother nature over the past week.

Now the imminent dangers have all but disappeared, leaving the state to recover and count the damage of the storms.

The final burst of severe weather came in the form of a vigorous airstream that moved west across SA's south on Tuesday, packing heavy rain and gusty winds.

According to weather reports, the worst of South Australia's storm is over. 

It looks like brollies can be put away for the moment. The Bureau of Meteorology's SA director John Nairn said the severe weather plaguing SA was behind it and the rest of the week would be warm.

“It’ll only be partly cloudy (today) and we’re expecting 27C (or more) both Thursday and Friday and probably still warming into the weekend,” he says.

See the weather report in full HERE

Source: AAP/Staff Writers

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