Monday's rain is just what local farmers have been begging for.
For many of them, it could mean the difference between a decent harvest or another year of hardship.
It didn't take long Monday morning for fields near Headland to be drenched in over an inch of rain.
It's a welcome sight for many farmers, who for the last few months have been facing devastation from the drought.
Peanut farmers say this is especially good, as August is the most crucial month for their crops.
They say an inch of rain a week should be enough to produce a good harvest come September.