SA Country Fire Service has issued a severe weather warning for people in the Mid North.
A rainband with showers and thunderstorms is moving eastwards across the state with a cold front expected to move into the north east this afternoon.
There is a possibility of damaging winds with gusts of 90 to 120 kilometers/hour effecting areas from Clare to Jamestown but are expected to ease from the west following the cold front.
Wind gusts of 80-87 km/h had been recorded over Eyre Peninsula this morning and through Adelaide and the Mount Lofty Ranges already this afternoon.
The State Emergency Service has advised that people should move their vehicles under cover and away from trees, secure loose items around properties and stay indoors and away from windows while the conditions are severe.
The next severe weather warning will be issued at 11PM later tonight.