MetService Severe weather: June 5 to 6.
Heavy rain warnings are in place for parts of the country today as fall brings a mix of weather conditions to the rest.
Cloudy conditions and isolated showers are forecast for those of Northland, Auckland, Coromandel and the Bay of Plenty.
Northlanders can expect rain from tonight before it gets heavier tomorrow morning.
Aucklanders will experience a mostly cloudy day today with isolated showers mainly in the eastern part of the city.
Despite the gloomy sky, a high temperature of 18C compensates.
A nighttime minimum of 13C is also expected in the town of Sails.
Further north, Kaitaia is experiencing a few showers which turn to rain this evening. A maximum of 18C is expected there and a night minimum of 14C.
Clouds are also appearing around the center of the North Island, including Waikato, Waitomo, Taupō, Taumarunui, Taihape, Whanganui, Manawatū and the Horowhenua Kapiti coast.
The temperature drops slightly in Taupō, where a peak of 13 ° C is expected. The 8C overnight low may mean another blanket tonight.
MetService said residents of Taranaki can expect isolated showers today. These will turn to rain north of the city from tomorrow morning.
Gisborne, Hawke’s Bay, Wairarapa and Wellington are all ready for cloudy skies. Isolated showers are forecast in and around Gisborne tomorrow evening.
Alerts and watches in case of bad weather
The MetService said periods of heavy rain are expected in the west of the South Island and in the upper part of the North Island over the weekend.
Heavy rain warnings are in effect for southern and central Westland, Otago springs and northwest Nelson.
“Heavy rains can cause streams and rivers to rise quickly,” MetService said.
“Surface flooding and slips are also possible and driving conditions can be dangerous. “
In Nelson, west of Motueka, between 90 and 120 mm of rain is expected to accumulate. Peak rates of 10mm / hr to 15mm / hr are expected.
The warning in this area is 9 p.m. to 6 p.m. tomorrow.
The warning in Westland south of Otirā is from noon today to 3 a.m. tomorrow. Between 100mm and 150mm of rain is forecast there – with 50mm to 80mm of rain near the coast.
Heavy rain watches are in place for Fiordland, North Westland, Buller, Canterbury Springs, Richmond Range, Northland and the Coromandel Peninsula.
Strong wind monitoring is also in place in parts of Auckland and Northland – as well as Fiordland, inland parts of Southland, Otago and the Canterbury High Country.
Residents of these areas are urged to keep abreast of weather updates, as watches can be upgraded to become warnings.
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This notice was published: 2021-06-05 00:40:53