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Weather Warning


SEVERE WEATHER WARNING.
ISSUED BY MetService AT 8:30pm 01-Feb-2015
URGENT - IMMEDIATE BROADCAST IN: Taranaki, Westland, Fiordland

HEAVY RAIN FOR NORTH TARANAKI, WESTLAND AND FIORDLAND
A humid northwesterly flow which has brought rain to much of the
country today, especially to western areas, is expected to continue
through tomorrow (Monday). The heaviest falls are likely about North
Taranaki including the Mountain, and the ranges of Westland and
northern Fiordland, where another 100 to 120mm is expected to
accumulate on top of what has already fallen, especially about higher
slopes.
People in these areas are advised that rivers and streams may rise
rapidly and that slips and surface flooding are possible.
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MORE DETAILED INFORMATION FOR EMERGENCY MANAGERS AND TECHNICAL USERS
FOLLOWS.
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HEAVY RAIN WARNING
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AREA/S AFFECTED: NORTH TARANAKI INCLUDING THE MOUNTAIN
FORECAST:
Heavy rain is expected to continue through to Monday evening. In the
21 hours from 9pm Sunday to 6pm Monday, expect another 100 to 120mm
to accumulate on the Mountain, with 70 to 90mm likely nearer the
coast. Peak intensities of 20 to 30mm/hr likely in thunderstorms,
especially about the Mountain.
AREA/S AFFECTED: WESTLAND SOUTH OF OTIRA
FORECAST:
Periods of heavy rain are expected to continue through to Monday
night. In the 27 hours from 9pm Sunday to midnight Monday, expect
another 100 to 120mm to accumulate about the ranges, with 60 to 80mm
likely about the coast. Peak intensities of 15 to 25mm/hr likely in
thunderstorms.
FREEZING LEVEL: 3400 metres lowering to 3000 metres Monday night
AREA/S AFFECTED: FIORDLAND NORTH OF DOUBTFUL SOUND
FORECAST:
Periods of heavy rain are expected to continue through to Monday
evening. In the 21 hours from 9pm Sunday to 6pm Monday, expect
another 80 to 100mm to accumulate. Peak intensities of 15 to 25mm/hr
likely in thunderstorms.
FREEZING LEVEL: About 3000 metres.
NEXT SEVERE WEATHER WARNING WILL BE ISSUED AT OR BEFORE
9:00am Monday 02-Feb-2015
Forecast prepared by: Sarah Garlick
For further information after 9pm contact Duty Forecaster Erick
Brenstrum or William Nepe
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Short Range Forecast

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Northland, Auckland, Coromandel and Bay of Plenty: Scattered showers.
From Waikato to Wellington, including the central high country: Periods of rain, with some heavy falls, especially about North Taranaki, easing this evening.
Gisborne to Wairarapa: Rain easing to a few showers this morning, then clearing this evening.
Nelson and Marlborough except the Kaikoura Coast: Occasional showers, clearing this evening.
Kaikoura Coast and Canterbury: Fine, apart from a few showers, mainly about the High Country and South Canterbury.
Otago and Southland: Mainly fine this morning. Scattered showers developing towards midday, some heavy and thundery, easing tonight.
Buller, Westland and Fiordland: Periods of rain, sometimes heavy and possibly thundery, easing to a few showers in Fiordland this evening.
Chatham Islands: Occasional rain developing this morning.

Extended Forecast

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Tuesday: North Island, showers becoming isolated afternoon, but clearing in the east from Bay of Plenty to Wairarapa and fine spells increasing. South Island, Rain or showers in the west and south, a few showers elsewhere with a strong southwest change.
Wednesday: North Island, scattered showers in the west, mainly fine elsewhere. Late rain developing in the south. Northwesterlies, possibly gusting severe gale in the south. South Island, heavy rain easing to showers in the west and south, a few showers elsewhere with a cool strong southwest change. Westerlies possibly gusting severe gale in the south.
Thursday: North Island, rain or showers for most places, clearin in the east and south. South Island, Showers for most places, clearing in the east north of Christchurch.
Friday: Showers for most of the country.
Chatham Islands: Periods of rain. Strong northerlies turning southwest Tuesday and again Wednesday. Strong westerlies, turning southerly late Friday.

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