Rain is expected in most South Australian districts

Rain is expected across South Australia tomorrow, Wednesday, July 10, with coastal regions, the Eyre Peninsula and South East possibly receiving falls from 2-20mm as temperatures drop over the next few days.

The Bureau of Meteorology has forecast possible frosts in the Flinders and North East Pastoral districts in the morning.

There is the chance of thunderstorms and possible hail around Kangaroo Island, the Fleurieu Peninsula and the southeast districts during the afternoon and evening.

Winds will be strong along the coastal districts and Mount Lofty ranges as they shift west to southwesterly during the day.

By the end of the week BOM has forecast cumulative rainfall totals, until midnight Friday, to be 1-5mm over the northern agricultural area and Flinders, 5-20mm over the southern agricultural area, 20-30mm in the Mount Lofty Ranges and the Lower South East where isolated totals of 30-50mm are possible with less than 2mm in the far south of the pastoral districts.

Thursday, July 11

Possible early morning frosts with fog and a drizzle of rain in the ranges in the Mid North and Flinders regions.

There will be a high chance of showers in the southern agricultural area grading to a medium chance about the northern agricultural area, West Coast and the Flinders. The Southeast districts could have a chance of a thunderstorm and possible hail.

Warnings

MARINE WINDS - Gale wind warnings have been posted for the Lower West Coast, Central Coast, South Central Coast, Investigator Strait, Upper South East Coast and Lower South East Coast for tomorrow. Other areas such as Adelaide Metropolitan Waters, Far West Coast, Upper West Coast, Spencer Gulf and Gulf St Vincent have a strong wind warning for Wednesday.

GRAZIERS - There is a sheep graziers warning for Wednesday for the Mount Lofty Ranges, Lower Eyre Peninsula, Yorke Peninsula, Kangaroo Island, Mid North, Murraylands, Upper South East and Lower South East districts as cold temperatures, rain and strong winds are expected.