The Eyre Peninsula was lashed by extreme winds on Thursday, with 102 kilometre per hour gusts recorded at Cleve, before the wind settled slightly in the late afternoon.
A vigorous cold front moved across western and central parts of South Australia with strong to gale force winds.
Northerly winds increased during Thursday morning in the west and extending eastwards over central parts during the day.
The winds caused dust storms throughout the region, with visible drastically reduced on the roads.
However, after all of the damage was done to the region and its farms, the rain started to fall around 2.30pm.
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