The Otago Regional Council says it will be monitoring river
levels over the weekend, with heavy rain forecast for Dunedin
and other parts of the region.
The nasty band of thunderstorms that swept over the country
are expected to ease for most places today -- although
western areas should brace themselves for more of the same.
More wild weather is bearing down on New Zealand, with gales,
heavy rain and cold southerlies in the South and hundreds of
lightning strikes on the West Coast.
Flights have been grounded at Dunedin Airport and Portobello
Rd is flooded due to strong winds this afternoon.
The golden run of fine weather continues today with agreeable
conditions over much of the country.
Anzac Day will have the best weather of the long weekend,
according to MetService.
After a wet weekend the sun is set to shine over much of New
Zealand today, marking a promising start to the school
Another great day is in store for the country as the working
week ends on a sunny note.
Dust off the umbrella -- you're going to need it this
It's the last day of summer today but the hot, sticky air
left over from former Cyclone Winston could continue to hang
around for much of the week and keep the autumn weather at
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