The current La Nina event continues to strengthen, with some tipping it could reach 2010 levels, but only briefly and with less flooding.
Central Queensland welcomes wide spread thunderstorms, along with the forecast of more thunderstorms for much of eastern and southern parts.
The type of rain-bringing weather event is more difficult to accurately predict in terms of the location of rainfall than other systems.
There has been a heavy band of rain pass through Victoria and South Australia delivering the heaviest October rain in 15 years for some.
The Bureau of Meteorology has confirmed Australia will experience a La Nina weather event this spring and summer.
American meteorologists have officially called a La Nina event in the Pacific Ocean but the BOM is holding off on a similar call - for now.
Welcome rain has soaked the Grampians regions right as reserves were beginning to get depleted, setting up hopes of a ripper spring.
Western Victoria and SE South Australia were the headline acts in terms of weekend rain, but it may be western NSW's turn this week.