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Heavy Rain Weather Warning 14 July 2015

9:51am, 14 July 2015

Please be aware of the current MetService Severe Weather Warning for our region – a copy of the key information is below.

People in this area are advised to watch for rapidly rising rivers and streams, slips and surface flooding.

View the latest forecasts on the MetService website.

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AREA/S AFFECTED: NORTHWEST NELSON RANGES FORECAST:

Heavy rain is expected to develop tonight (Tuesday), and then ease Wednesday afternoon. In the 15 hours from midnight tonight (Tuesday) to 3pm Wednesday expect 90 to 130mm to accumulate. Peak intensities 10 to 15mm per hours Wednesday morning.

Heavy Rain Warning - Lifted 19 June 2015

9:27am, 19 June 2015

Heavy rain warnings have been lifted Heavy rain warnings have been lifted for the Nelson Ranges, including the Richmond and Bryant Ranges.…

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Weather Warning 18 June 2015

9:43am, 18 June 2015

Please be aware of the current MetService Severe Weather Warning for our region – a copy of the key information is below. View the latest forecasts on the MetService website. [http://www.…

Read more about Weather Warning 18 June 2015

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