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South-eastern Australia forecast for more stormy and humid weather by Bureau of Meteorology

South-eastern Australia is forecast for more stormy and humid weather after parts of the country received up to 80mm of rain on Wednesday night.

Mildura in north-west Victoria received 80mm of rain to 9am Thursday, Port Lincoln in South Australia copped 43.6mmm while Adelaide had up to 30mm.

Meanwhile, one station in Melbourne received 56mm of rain in just 60 minutes.

The Bureau of Meteorology's Jackson Browne said more rain is on the way for Victoria, SA and Tasmania.

"We will likely see the development of these storms today through Western Victoria, reaching Melbourne later tonight and Tasmania and eastern South Australia," Mr Browne said.

"And if we fast forward the clock to Friday, we can see yet another band of thunderstorms developing early Friday and then affecting much of the state of Victoria and Tasmania and parts of southern New South Wales into Friday."

The Bureau of Meteorology's Jackson Browne said more rain is on the way for Victoria, SA and Tasmania during his severe weather update on Thursday. Photo: BoM

The Bureau of Meteorology's Jackson Browne said more rain is on the way for Victoria, SA and Tasmania during his severe weather update on Thursday. Photo: BoM

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Mr Browne said a ridge of high pressure should push most of the thunderstorm activity into NSW and far eastern Gippsland on Saturday.

The meteorologist said there is a high amount of conductive available potential energy (CAPE) hanging over Victoria, SA and Tasmania, which has the potential to cause storms.

There is currently a warning for isolated severe thunderstorms with damaging winds, large hail and heavy rainfall developing over southwestern Victoria.

Meanwhile, there is a final flood watch warning for SA's Flinders Ranges, Eastern Eyre Peninsula, and parts of the North East and North West Pastoral districts.

Parts of SA flooded over the weekend after parts of the state received more than their total annual rainfall in the space of just three days.