There was widespread rain across eastern Australia overnight and from yesterday.
And there is more to come, especially for the south-east, according to the Bureau of Meteorology.
It is getting nervously close to harvest for many farmers as the wet spring continues.
The wet spring was predicted in the long range forecasts by the bureau.
Some of the bigger totals across eastern Australia to 9am today (Thursday) as the rain continues in many areas.
The bureau this week raised its La Nina tracker status to a La Nina alert, meaning there is around a 70 per cent chance of the event, correlated with above average rainfall in much of Australia, forming.
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