Rains mark end to dry spell

Simon Adamczyk, of Animal Relocation and Education, with Pirate the Tawny Frog Mouth at the biennial Kapunda Farm Fair on Friday ahead of the rains.
Simon Adamczyk, of Animal Relocation and Education, with Pirate the Tawny Frog Mouth at the biennial Kapunda Farm Fair on Friday ahead of the rains.

Dark storm clouds gathered on Friday afternoon across the state, bringing with them much-needed rain relief to the region and ending a spate of dust storms.

It was Mount Crawford which copped the brunt of the wild weather after recording the highest wind gusts of over 90km/h on Friday for South Australia.