THE Naracoorte Creek is ready to burst its banks, with persistent rain this month capping off a wet winter.
Sixteen of the 20 days this month have been wet, with Naracoorte receiving a total of 97.4mm of rain for the month.
That follows a very healthy 90mm in July and 60mm in June, representing a much-needed wet winter.
Strong flows into the Naracoorte Creek have dramatically raised the water level over the last week, and Naracoorte Lucindale Council has had to erect signs and bunting to cordon off parts of the popular creek walk as a result.
The start of football finals are supposed to represent the change in the weather, with spring in the air and the smell of freshly cut grass prevalent.
But the forecast says we've got even more rainy days to go before the KNTFL finals start this weekend.
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