South Australia’s State Emergency Service received more than 150 calls overnight as strong winds and heavy rain hit Adelaide.
The City’s northwest was worst affected, with widespread reports of roof damage, fallen trees and flooding.
Twelve millimetres of rain has fallen int he city overnight, with 40mm in the hills.
It has also been accompanied by strong winds that have been recorded with speeds of up to 60km/h.
The SES is expected more calls as people assess their damage.
BOM forecaster Simon Timcke said the worst of the wild weather had passed.
“The front itself that brought all that weather has moved off well to the east now, quite a few less showers now, but not to say there aren’t still a few [around],” he said.