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Severe Weather Warning Issued by Metservice 5 March

2:28pm, 5 March 2015

Heavy rain is forecast for the Northwest Nelson Ranges.

  • Streams and rivers could rise very rapidly, with surface flooding and hazardous driving conditions.
  • Full forecast and weather warnings at http://www.metservice.com

FORECAST:

Northerly rain is expected to become heavy Friday morning. In the 6 hours from 8am to 2pm Friday expect 70 to 100mm to accumulate.Peak intensities 20 to 30mm/hr in thunderstorms late Friday morning.

Freezing Level: 3400 metres lowering to 2800 metres early Friday afternoon.

Full forecast and weather warnings at http://www.metservice.com

Heavy Rain Warning Issued 30 December

1:02pm, 30 December 2014

Heavy rain is forecast for the Northwest Nelson Ranges  FORECAST: Northerly rain is expected to become heavy Wednesday morning. In the 12 hours from 6am to 6pm Wednesday expect 90 to 120mm to accumulate, especially about the Tasman Mountains. Peak intensities 10 to 15mm/hr.…

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Severe Weather Warning Issued 17 December

9:15am, 17 December 2014

The Metservice has issued a severe weather warning which includes the northwest Nelson Tasman region. For the latest weather and forecast charts, please visit http://www. metservice.…

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