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Adelaide's Wettest Day In 75 Years

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Adelaide is cleaning up after its wettest July day in 75 years with more than 37mm of rain bucketing down in the CBD!

State Emergency Service crews have responded to more than 200 callouts mainly for flooded homes and fallen trees right across the metro area.

Snow was also briefly seen up at Mt Lofty last night along with 54mm of rain.

2000 homes in Adelaide’s south and west were without power due to the storm with 1800 homes blacked out in Grange and West Lakes earlier this morning. 300 homes remain without power at Peterhead, Largs Bay, Findon and Mitchell Park.

Speed is currently restricted on the South Eastern Freeway due to the nasty conditions.

Gale force winds of up to 90km/h are also a possibility during the day at Goolwa, Victor Harbor, Cape Jervis, the coastal suburbs of Adelaide, Clare, Jamestown and Peterborough.

Stay safe Adelaide!


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Fallen tree at Brighton (@johzlim)
More than 37mm of rain fell across the Adelaide CBD! (@SA_SES)
Damage in North Adelaide
Tree blocking Torrens Road, St Clair (@johzlim)
Fallen tree up in the hills
Fallen tree across the road at Blackwood
Pipes working overtime at Marden
Damage at Glenelg
Uprooted tree at Willunga
Flooding in Victoria Park (@SheradynTiser)
One very bent powerpole at Lockleys (@HarveyBiggs)
Some suburbs were without power overnight
A tree bought down power lines at Lockleys (@HarveyBiggs)
Large tree down at Brighton North
A tree bought down power lines at Lockleys (@HarveyBiggs)
Storm damage down south
Flooding in the foothills
Stay safe everyone!
Snow up at Mt Lofty! (@brianstephens93)
Waterfall Gully flowing very nicely! (@justin_markos)
Powerlines down at Lockleys (@johzlim)
Fallen tree at Brighton (@johzlim)
The Mount Lofty snowman!
The dolphins were loving it in the streets of Port Adelaide!
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