STREETSaround Cleve have beenflooded and thedistrict has been battered by storms.
One farmer reported 105 mm of rain had fallen. Creeks flooded and stopped traffic on Birdseye Highway west of Cleve.
Some people are seeking shelter in Cleve for the night as they can’t get home.
Cleve is experiencing just a little bit of rain this week! @eptribune#EyrePeninsulapic.twitter南京夜网/qFvKJG9lyS
— FairfaxSA (@FairfaxSA) March 10, 2016Birdseye Highway was closed due to flooding tonight.
Annie Burton, Lyn Kwaterski, Mignon Dunn, Sjaana Cook and Julie Burton were held up by flooding creeks on their way to netball training. Pic Mignon Dunn
Josiah Quinn enjoying a large bath
Flooding near Quinn’s overnight freight
Rolling in. Picture John Turnbull
Heading into Cleve
Run off by the recycling station.
Zane Crettenden, Josiah Quinn, Sorayah Quinn and Torren Quinn enjoying an impromptu swim at the Field Day site.
Deep water crossing.
Not the Loch Ness Monster…. Josiah Quin having a swim.
Vicki Forrest making all the right moves.
East of Cleve
Cleve came out for a look.
No netball tonight girls. Pic Bec Jones
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