GALLERY: Weather tipped to ease off

A severe weather warning for the South Coast has now been lifted, but that didn’t stop the rain from bucketing down in and around Eden over the past few days.

Aslings beach: Fifty shades of grey around Eden on Thursday morning.

Aslings beach: Fifty shades of grey around Eden on Thursday morning.

Aslings beach: Fifty shades of grey around Eden on Thursday morning.

Aslings beach: Fifty shades of grey around Eden on Thursday morning.

The Yowaka River, 1.5 kilometres above Nethercote Falls, was a trickle on Monday and is now raging.

The Yowaka River, 1.5 kilometres above Nethercote Falls, was a trickle on Monday and is now raging.

Drains and culverts struggle to cope with Thursday’s run off.

Drains and culverts struggle to cope with Thursday’s run off.

Drivers are being warned to slow down, and drive to changed road conditions.

Drivers are being warned to slow down, and drive to changed road conditions.

Flooding on Back Creek Road, Nethercote almost brought one driver unstuck in the dark last night.

Flooding on Back Creek Road, Nethercote almost brought one driver unstuck in the dark last night.

96.2mm was recorded at the Eden Caravan Park rainfall gauge on Wednesday, while Wyndham resident Elisa Thomas told the Magnet's Facebook page on Thursday morning that 183mm had been recorded in the town since the rain began on Tuesday afternoon.

It seems the heaviest of the rain is over, with the Bureau of Meteorology forecasting 15-30mm across Thursday and Friday.

The rainfall should ease late on Friday, with a chance of small showers on the weekend.

Drivers are being warned to slow down and adapt to changed road conditions, with flooding on roads including Back Creek Road at Nethercote proving problematic.

Bureau of Meteorology rainfall recordings for Wednesday, March 26 (taken at 9am Thursday)

Tathra (Panorama Drive) – 124.6mm

Merimbula Airport – 100.6mm

Eden Caravan Park – 96.2mm

Genoa (Fools Haven) – 58mm

Candelo Post Office – 54.6mm