Weather

Cold snap to follow warm weekend

Cold snap to follow warm weekend

A cold snap looks set to follow the warm weekend weather.

Heavy rain could hit holiday plans

Heavy rain could hit holiday plans

Rainy weather dampening the start of the school holidays could be gone by the middle of the week for most areas, but parts of the South Island are in line for a drenching. 

More wild weather on the way

More wild weather on the way

Auckland homes left without power after a violent storm overnight have been reconnected but forecasters have warned more bad weather is on the way and due to hit the country on Tuesday.

Soaking on way for parts of NZ

Soaking on way for parts of NZ

Torrential rain is expected to douse the top half of the country tonight and tomorrow as a spring front moves through.

Wintry weather expected to give South a chilling

Wintry weather expected to give South a chilling

Snow showers to sea level and gale-force southwest winds are predicted in Dunedin and Clutha today.

Wild weather eases as it reaches Auckland

The wild storm that has been pounding much of the country over the past few days has now reached Auckland, the MetService says.

Wild winds wreak havoc

Wild winds wreak havoc

The severe gale-force winds which ripped through Otago yesterday, toppling vehicles and trees, disrupting power supplies, dislodging roofing and interrupting air travel, have abated.

Spring storm starts to bite in South

Spring storm starts to bite in South

Fiordland is "lighting up like a Christmas tree" and rivers are rising rapidly in Southland, while what is thought to have been a tornado flipped a boat and smashed it in Central Otago .

Spring storm set to slam country

Spring storm set to slam country

A spring storm is set to lash the country with heavy rain and gale force winds from tomorrow.

Snow on the hills forecast

Snow on the hills forecast

Snow is predicted to fall to 200m-300m in eastern and southern parts of the South Island today, MetService says.

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