A SERIES of cold fronts crossing southern Australia brought some high weekly rainfall totals, with many daily records for June and flash flooding in South Australia on 23 June.
Weekly totals exceeding 100 mm along parts of the south coast of Western Australia, in the Mt Lofty Ranges and at Kangaroo Island in South Australia.
Weekly rainfall totals of 50 to 100 mm along parts of the Pilbara and south coast of Western Australia, coastal South Australia, north-east Victoria into New South Wales, north-west and eastern Tasmania.
Weekly totals of 15 to 50 mm for much of coastal Western Australia as well as parts of the Pilbara, Goldfields and Wheatbelt, much of South Australia, most of Victoria, north of the Murray and west of the Dividing Range in New South Wales.
Isolated falls of up to 25 mm in the Australian interior and Cape York, Queensland.
The highest weekly total (at a Bureau gauge) was 140.2 mm at Dalyup Park, near Esperance in Western Australia.
The highest daily total (at a Bureau gauge) was 96.0 mm to 9 am on the 23rd at Piccadilly (Woodhouse) in the Adelaide Hills, South Australia.