Good rains were reported in south western and other parts of southern Namibia over the past 24 hours.
Although not official up to ten millimetres were measured at places like Solitaire and Sesriem while further to the east rivers around Malthohe came into flood after good showers.
Residents of Keetmanshoop reported as much as two millimetres of rain while further to the south west the areas between Grunau and Karasburg also received some showers.
Heavy showers in the catchment area of the Tsauchab River saw some water flowing down the dry river bed and reaching the Sesriem Canyon.
Further to the north farmers between Outjo and Khorixas reported that the Uchab River was also flowing strongly after heavy showers in the area.
Although many rivers came into flood after good rains, no significant inflows has been reported in major dams of the country.
The Omatako dam which has been dry for some time already received some inflow while the Daan Viljoen Dam has started over flowing into the Tilla Viljoen Dam in Gobabis after the Black Nossob River has been flowing steadily for the past three days.
Although the rainy weather is slowly dissipating over large parts of Namibia heavy rain showers are still in the forecast for the Zambezi Region and parts of the Kalahari Desert.
According to the Namibia Meteorological Service partly cloudy and warm conditions with a few scattered thundershowers in the Oshikoto, the two Kavangos, Otjozondjupa and Omaheke regions and some at places in the South are still possible. Windy weather will persist over the interior of the country.
Residents at the coast can expect partly cloudy and cool condition with fog patches at first. Heavy rain is expected over parts of the southern coast.