Severe weather, heavy rain at Narooma: YOUR PHOTOS

THE Severe Weather Warning for heavy rain across the Far South Coast and Narooma district continues for today.

We’ll keep updating this story with your and our “rainy” photos and any developments with the weather! So get in touch and email or post a photo on the Narooma News Facebook.

There are reports of rainfall of more than 120mm at Central Tilba overnight while the automated weather station at Montague Island recorded a reading of 86mm up to 9am Monday morning.

RAIN EVENT: Narooma resident Dave Moran posted some photos of the creek at his Tilba property on his Facebook entitled the "rain event of 2014".

RAIN EVENT: Narooma resident Dave Moran posted some photos of the creek at his Tilba property on his Facebook entitled the "rain event of 2014".

RAIN EVENT: Narooma resident Dave Moran posted some photos of the creek at his Tilba property on his Facebook entitled the "rain event of 2014".

RAIN EVENT: Narooma resident Dave Moran posted some photos of the creek at his Tilba property on his Facebook entitled the "rain event of 2014".

RAIN EVENT: Narooma resident Dave Moran posted some photos of the creek at his Tilba property on his Facebook entitled the "rain event of 2014".

RAIN EVENT: Narooma resident Dave Moran posted some photos of the creek at his Tilba property on his Facebook entitled the "rain event of 2014".

MORE HAPPY DUCKS: David Keogh just sent us this photo. The duck pond at Dalmeny was dry two days ago, but is now flowing out to sea!

MORE HAPPY DUCKS: David Keogh just sent us this photo. The duck pond at Dalmeny was dry two days ago, but is now flowing out to sea!

DUCK WEATHER: Max Favelle just sent us this photo of the ducks on the Narooma Golf Course loving the rain!

DUCK WEATHER: Max Favelle just sent us this photo of the ducks on the Narooma Golf Course loving the rain!

DUCK WEATHER: Max Favelle just sent us this photo of the ducks on the Narooma Golf Course loving the rain!

DUCK WEATHER: Max Favelle just sent us this photo of the ducks on the Narooma Golf Course loving the rain!

EVENING RAIN: The rain kept coming down on Tuesday evening in at Kianga - thanks for the photo Kim Edwards!

EVENING RAIN: The rain kept coming down on Tuesday evening in at Kianga - thanks for the photo Kim Edwards!

WET HORSES: Tania Patterson of Bermagui sent us this photo of her horses "not impressed with the shower". Thanks Tania!

WET HORSES: Tania Patterson of Bermagui sent us this photo of her horses "not impressed with the shower". Thanks Tania!

DOWNPIPE RELIEF: Scott Hunter of Narooma sent us this photo with the comment: "Good to see rain out the down pipes".

DOWNPIPE RELIEF: Scott Hunter of Narooma sent us this photo with the comment: "Good to see rain out the down pipes".

BRAIDED CHANNEL: After reports of as much as 120mm overnight at Central Tilba, all the storm water had formed a braided channel at Mystery Bay on Wednesday morning. Photo by editor Stan Gorton

BRAIDED CHANNEL: After reports of as much as 120mm overnight at Central Tilba, all the storm water had formed a braided channel at Mystery Bay on Wednesday morning. Photo by editor Stan Gorton

MYSTERY CREEK: The creek at Mystery Bay was flowing again on Tuesday afternoon forming a small lake on the beach! Photo by editor Stan Gorton

MYSTERY CREEK: The creek at Mystery Bay was flowing again on Tuesday afternoon forming a small lake on the beach! Photo by editor Stan Gorton

SLIPPERY ROADS: The roads are slippery! This accident happened on the Princes Highway at North Narooma on Tuesday afternoon. No injuries reported.

SLIPPERY ROADS: The roads are slippery! This accident happened on the Princes Highway at North Narooma on Tuesday afternoon. No injuries reported.

DRY PUPPY: Rachael Schofield sent us this photo of her puppy staying dry inside at Narooma. No wet feet for this puppy!

DRY PUPPY: Rachael Schofield sent us this photo of her puppy staying dry inside at Narooma. No wet feet for this puppy!

STORM LIGHTNING: Kylie Clark sent us some great lightning shots, including this one, she took on Friday night at Tuross Head using her iPhone...

STORM LIGHTNING: Kylie Clark sent us some great lightning shots, including this one, she took on Friday night at Tuross Head using her iPhone...

CALM BEFORE THE STORM: John Perkins sent us this photo of a roo on the beach at North Durras before the weather hit on Monday.

CALM BEFORE THE STORM: John Perkins sent us this photo of a roo on the beach at North Durras before the weather hit on Monday.

VISITOR CENTRE: Someone sent us this photo of the rain pouring at the Narooma Visitor Centre - Montague has recorded 35.4mm since 9am on Tuesday.

VISITOR CENTRE: Someone sent us this photo of the rain pouring at the Narooma Visitor Centre - Montague has recorded 35.4mm since 9am on Tuesday.

As we write this at 11am on Monday, the rain continues to belt down with another 3mm already recorded at Montague.

Forecasts are however calling for up to 100mm today on the South Coast.

We are hearing reports that the duck pond at Dalmeny is quickly filling up after months of being dry.

There are no reports of any damage or weather-related incidents in the Narooma Bermagui area as of mid-morning on Wednesday, although traffic was disrupted on the Kings Highway after another rock slide on the Clyde Mountain.

SMILING GARDEN: Mischi West reports that she recieved 216mm at Tuross Head.

SMILING GARDEN: Mischi West reports that she recieved 216mm at Tuross Head.

EURO RAIN: Jalisa English just reported 220mm on her property at Eurobodalla Road west of Bodalla.

EURO RAIN: Jalisa English just reported 220mm on her property at Eurobodalla Road west of Bodalla.

EURO RAIN: Jalisa English just reported 220mm on her property at Eurobodalla Road west of Bodalla.

EURO RAIN: Jalisa English just reported 220mm on her property at Eurobodalla Road west of Bodalla.

EURO RAIN: Jalisa English just reported 220mm on her property at Eurobodalla Road west of Bodalla.

EURO RAIN: Jalisa English just reported 220mm on her property at Eurobodalla Road west of Bodalla.

BREAK THROUGH: Andrew Cowley sent us this photo of Little Lake at Surf Beach broken open to the rain on Thursday morning...

BREAK THROUGH: Andrew Cowley sent us this photo of Little Lake at Surf Beach broken open to the rain on Thursday morning...