Two severe thunderstorms within five hours have brought up to 20mm of r4ain to parts of Mildura overnight.
Mildura Weather Station recorded 6.6mm of rain in the storm which struck at 6pm and a further 6mm in a second storm at 11pm.
A rain gauge at the corner of 16th Street and Walnut Avenue recorded 20mm of rain during the 5pm downpour although a gauge in 13th Street Mildura East received only 5mm.
Parts of Mildura West, including the Ulysses Tent City and AGM site basically escaped with little or no rain at 5pm.
Event Committee Chairman Steve Hegedus said that registrations at the Ulysses AGM had now almost reached the 4000 mark with further arrivals expected Friday.
On Thursday around 1000 Ulyssesians attended a two hour Memorial Service for their founder who passed away about six weeks ago.
Seven Sunraysia buses conveyed attendees to the Service from the Old Aerodrome ovals to Nowingi Place.
At the conclusion of the service police closed off sections of Seventh Street to allow bikers safer passage away from the Nowingi Place venue.
Threatening weather reduced the numbers of Mildura people who attended the open night at the site.
Mildura Motor Cycle Club has announced that a free shuttle bus service for attendees would operate again Friday night for the second of the Ulysses Speedway meetings.