Floodwaters have been soaking parts of Queensland, Australia this week -- washing out roads, fields and bridges.
Most recently, the outback town of Charleville became inundated after receiving a year's worth of rain in only three days.
Around 500 people were evacuated from their homes. Now that the flood levels have reached their peak, residents are expected to start returning to their homes.
You could almost call it too much of a good thing. The outback town has been battling drought for year, and now residents are hoping the rain will taper off.
Dry weather is forecast in the coming days.