Grim weather is expected for much of the North Island until
at least this weekend.
Wild winds are lashing the capital and won't ease until
tonight. Gusts of up to 140km/h have been recorded.
Blustery weather is on its way, and experts are forecasting
this month to be colder than usual.
Warmer weather and longer days are on the way -- but we're
not out of the winter woods just yet.
A nasty patch of weather expected to hit the waterlogged
Wanganui region is instead heading Auckland's way today and
it could cause localised flooding and treacherous driving
Snow-melting winds and warm weather will sweep the country
this week - to the dismay of ski bunnies nationwide.
It might not be balmy, but the weather is a little warmer
around the country today as this week's cold snap starts to
Severe weather is bringing rain and gale force winds across
the country from Thursday, MetService says.
Kiwis are set to shiver this weekend with cold winds forecast
to whip throughout the country.
This week's weather is expected to be more autumnal than
wintry, with highs in the mid-teens likely to be a welcome
change after last week's cold blast.
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