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Re: NZ Weather of interest

Postby Lert » Sat Oct 01, 2011 4:49 pm

Weather looked pretty drack at Tim's place (Nelson) for the RWC today..
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Re: NZ Weather of interest

Postby Tasman » Thu Oct 13, 2011 7:34 pm

Spring lashing 'over by weekend'
By Isaac Davison
5:30 AM Tuesday Oct 11, 2011


Most of the country will be battered by spring rain and gusty winds this week, but the storm clouds should move on before this weekend's Rugby World Cup semifinals.

MetService warned of severe weather last night and today, especially in the Bay of Plenty, Rotorua and Nelson, where torrential rain was expected.

Downpours and northeasterly gusts in Tauranga hampered attempts to pump fuel from the stricken cargo ship Rena yesterday, and stoked fears the ship would break up on the Astrolabe Reef.

MetService weather ambassador Bob McDavitt predicted that onshore winds would peak in the region this morning. The winds were expected to generate large waves of up to three metres, which could persist until Thursday.

Forecaster Dan Corbett said the region was bearing the brunt of a slow-moving front, which could empty up to 130mm of rain onto the region.

"It's the spring rollercoaster ride. We were up at the top of it in the weekend with the nice weather and now we're holding onto the edge of the chair. But give it a few days and things will settle again."


Auckland was likely be hit by a band of rain today, and the eastern side of the North Island would be pummelled by more downpours tomorrow, he said. The warm, unstable air over the central and northern parts of the North Island meant thunderstorms were also possible.

A westerly wind is expected to gradually get rid of the stormy weather on Thursday, and the weather system is expected to have little energy left by the weekend, when Auckland hosts the two knockout matches.

Mr Corbett said: "There still might be a shower risk for Saturday evening in Auckland, but it should be pleasant, around 16C or 17C.

"But if this low eases by a bit more quickly, we could be looking at a drier spell, settled with just some westerlies. It is an improving picture compared to what we'll be seeing [today] and Wednesday."

MetService has placed heavy rain watches for all areas from Taranaki to Gisborne northwards, and warned of potential gale-force winds around northern coastlines today.

Counting down

Saturday
Wales v France
Eden Park, Auckland, 9pm.
Fine spells, westerly breeze, with a chance of a shower. 15C.


Sunday
Australia v New Zealand
Eden Park, Auckland, 9pm.
Dry, settled conditions with small risk of a shower. 16C.

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Re: NZ Weather of interest

Postby Tasman » Mon Nov 21, 2011 1:07 pm

Still plenty of rain for the Kiwi's...

Heavy rain, rivers rising in South Island
21/11/2011 12:44:00

By Newstalk ZB staff

Updated 5:16pm

Authorities are closely monitoring rising river levels around the South Island this evening.

Rivers in the Grey District are reaching record breaking levels due to heavy rain.

The Grey River has risen to 6.6 metres but is not likely to overtop the Greymouth Flood wall.

The Ahaura River has reached 8.4 metres, which is the highest level on record for that river.

The Waipuna River is also at its highest level since 1977.

255 millimetres of rain has been recorded in the Grey River catchment since yesterday afternoon.

The level of the river has risen to five metres at the Dobson monitoring site.

NZ Transport Agency spokesman Mark Pinner says the flooding is causing widespread road closures.

State Highway 6 at the Inangahua Dip is closed with a diversion over the Rahu Saddle; State Highway 7 between Greymouth and Reefton is shut as well as State Highway 73 between Arthur's Pass and Kumara and State Highway 7 at Maruia Springs.

Mark Pinner says essentially the two passes into the coast from Christchurch are closed.

Flood barriers have been erected in Blaketown on Preston Road and Raleigh Street as a precaution.

This morning a West Coast farmer required rescuing this morning after he became trapped in a field near Greymouth due to rising flood waters.

Greymouth Chief Fire Officer Alan McEnnaney says at around 11:30am the 70-year-old got into difficulty when he tried to get some sheep out of the area.

He says emergency services were called and fire crews carried the man out to an awaiting ambulance which took him to hospital.

Mr McEnnaney says flooding is quite widespread with some roads understood to be blocked.

Nelson Tasman Emergency Management are also monitoring river levels in the Motueka region which are expected to continue rising for the next 3 to 4 hours

Flood levels are expected to peak at in the lower Motueka River at the Motueka River Bridge at approximately 5pm.

The relatively rapid rise in the lower Motueka River river is due to heavy rain in the Upper Wangapeka valley earlier today.

Meanwhile moderate flooding is expected in both the Baton and Wangapeka Rivers, with the Baton all ready exceeding annual flooding levels and the Wangapeka and Motueka River at Woodstock, likely to do the same.

With high tide expected at 7pm tonight, people are advised to stay well away from river banks.

Further south, the Clutha District Council is urging motorists to take care when driving following heavy rain downpours in West Otago.

Council spokesman Jamie Shaw says there's a fair bit of surface flooding on the roads, particularly around the Kelso area.

He says Greenvale Road, from Ardmore Road to Cross Road, is currently closed as a result of the rain.

Mr Shaw says the Pomohaka River has risen, but says the worst of the rain should be over.


http://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/newsdetail1.asp?storyid=209413

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Re: NZ Weather of interest

Postby Storm Wolf » Mon Nov 21, 2011 8:21 pm

Nocky wrote:Obviously not a male dog, or he has lost a couple of important bits, or soon will :twisted:


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Re: NZ Weather of interest

Postby Tim S » Tue Dec 13, 2011 5:11 pm

hrmm, anyway. :) Looking forward to a very wet 24-36 hours here in uNZud. Heavy rainfall warnings out for my region, with up to 250mm of rain expected in the surrounding hills, less on the coastal plain though, probably only 50-100mm. :)

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Rain should become persistent and heavy overnight Tuesday. In the 36 hours from 9pm Tuesday to 9am Thursday, expect 300 to 400mm of rain in the ranges west of about Motueka and 150 to 250mm in the remainder of Nelson. Peak intensities of 20 to 35mm/hr expected through to Wednesday evening.


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Re: NZ Weather of interest

Postby brayden » Tue Dec 13, 2011 6:13 pm

Got yourself a kayak/canoe?
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Re: NZ Weather of interest

Postby Tim S » Wed Dec 14, 2011 4:04 am

nup we kiwis use chilly bins. ;)

Already 200mm+ falls in the headwaters of the Brook, which runs through town so flooding a very possibility today, good excuse to have a day off work me thinks. :mrgreen:
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Re: NZ Weather of interest

Postby Tasman » Wed Dec 14, 2011 6:48 pm

Hey Tim I didn't realise you were still over there. Just been reading about your wet...

State of emergency declared In Nelson


A state of emergency has been declared in the region this evening due to heavy flooding, which has battered the region all day.

The army is now on standby in the region, with the situation unlikely to let up until noon tomorrow.

Staff from the Nelson and Tasman councils and Civil Defence personnel have been briefed at the control centre at Tasman District Council headquarters in Richmond.

Many Nelson residents are bracing themselves for the worst, as high tide is scheduled for 1.20am.

The rain was expected to continue until noon tomorrow and the declaration would remain in place for seven days, Civil Defence said.

The declaration enables the police and other officials to request additional resources and call for the city to be evacuated.

There is "horrendous" flooding in the region, "slips all over the place" and road closures, police said.

"Water now is coming onto the road. Our house looks like going to be flooded when high tide is in just after mid-night if the rain doesn't stop," said Alice Fong and Gerard Malcolm of Riverside Drive.

Tasman Mayor Richard Kempthorne and other officials declared the state of emergency this evening.

"We've had a lot of steady rain last night, all day today and probably all night tonight. We have got small but numerous slips and some of them area affecting people's properties,'' Kempthorne said tonight.

One house had been evacuated by authorities. Another household had chosen to flee and emergency services were monitoring other properties, he said.

He said there was major flooding in the eastern part of Golden Bay.

"I think there could well be evacuations over there. Wherever there is likely to be water through houses they'll take them out to where they can stay warm and dry.''

Nelson City Mayor Aldo Miccio said emergency services were stretched.

"At this stage a state of emergency has been called as resources particularly police are stretched between Nelson and Golden Bay so it's reasonably tight. We need to start co-ordinating those emergency services.''

There had been so much rain that land has been weakened and there was a high risk of landslides, Civil Defence said.

People were urged to stay home and to take "extreme caution" when driving.

The worst affected areas were Nelson City and Eastern Golden Bay.

Collingwood Township and beyond is also cut off by slips.

There has been as much rain today as there usually is for the whole of December, MetService meteorologist Andy Downes said.

MetService meteorologist Daniel Corbett said earlier today the Nelson rain was already classified as a once-in-20-years flood and it could be upgraded to a once-in-50-years flood.

St John has had to move out of its Richmond ambulance station because of flooding.

Ad Feedback Chris Haines, St John Regional Operations Manager South Island, said with the state of emergency it was still on stand by and working with other emergency services and Civil Defence as required.

It had a full response capability as it prepared for the hours ahead and its crews were now preparing for high tide.

"We are currently operating from our stations in Nelson and Motueka as well as the Saxton Lodge Motel in Stoke. It's too early to say what damage, if any, has been done to our ambulance station in Richmond,'' he said.


SLIPS CAUSE PROBLEMS


Major slips have caused extremely serious problems in Allan St above Nelson College on the Grampians.

In the early evening a large part of the steep hillside slipped. By 9.30pm police had ordered many residents to evacuate.

Rivers of mud stones and silt were slowing around several houses across the street and down towards Nelson College.

Residents were working feverously until nightfall to clear stormwater drains and divert water around their homes.

Unconfirmed reports said that one house was "gone''.

Residents were already blaming the Nelson City Council for felling a large number of trees on the hillside.

Police were cautioning the few Allen St residents in unaffected properties to be ready to leave at the slightest sign of further slips or rising waters around their homes.

South of Richmond the Brightwater Bridge on State Highway 6, has been closed due to flooding on the approaches to the Bridge.

About a dozen people were out well after nightfall shovelling mud and debris from the Ridgeway in Stoke.

A slip had come down from Kakenga Rd between 6pm and 7pm, causing gutters to block and threatening properties on the Ridgeway and Marsden Rd.

At least one home on Kakenga Rd had been affected by the slip and the Nelson Mail spoke to a neighbouring property owner who was evacuating his wife and children after 9pm just as a precaution.

"The mud has been going through the neighbour's place,'' he said.

Other residents were standing under umbrellas outside their homes, worried about what the night would bring. They believed a large section of land above had become unstable.

Marsden Rd residents Andrew and Amanda Stoddart were among those out shovelling debris from the road.

People had just got close to clearing up the first lot of debris that had come onto the road when a second lot hit, Mrs Stoddart said.

"I was just looking out and thinking the road is nice and clean. It just went boof and busted out. There's rock everywhere.''

Another Marsden Rd resident, Jacqui Page, was also shovelling debris from the street and wasn't expecting to get much sleep tonight. "You're not going to go and relax inside when it's like this. I've got the torch in my pocket.''

Marsden Valley Rd in Stoke was also closed tonight.

A large slip came down near Poormans Stream before 6pm. Nearby residents Carey and Dianne Burr and their daughter Alana saw it unfold.

"We heard this massive crack and watch it all fall down.'' Alana likened it to "this big sleigh''. Mr Burr, an engineer, estimates the slip to be about 150 cubic metres.

They were out with spades on the hill behind their property just before 9pm trying to stop spreading of a much smaller slip which had bought mud into their neighbour's place.

"It was almost like a sheet of water coming down the hill through the grass,'' Mr Burr said.

Neighbour Jack Shuttleworth said the smaller slip had gone through his fence and blocked drains. He's hoping the floodwater protection in a new neighbouring subdivision will work as it should.

"There's not a hell of a lot we can do. It's more exciting than Coronation Street,'' he said.

TOURISTS RESCUED

Two tourists have been described as "foolhardy" for entering a surging, raging river, and ending up having to be rescued.

A German man slipped into the river when he lost his footing and the bank gave way underneath him around midday today.

His friend, a 23-year-old Canadian went to his rescue, but both men ended up having to scramble up a tree in an attempt to escape the rising waters.

The pair waited 75 minutes until volunteer surf lifesavers came to their rescue after friends of the pair raised the alarm.

In a video taken of the rescue, volunteers from the Nelson Surf Life Saving Club were seen walking an inflatable dinghy toward the pair, who then hopped in the dinghy and were brought to safety as the lifesavers pulled it to the bank. The water appeared to be knee-deep.

Sergeant Steve Savage, of Nelson, said the German tourist had been "extremely foolhardy" and should not have been in the river.

Nelson rivers were running faster than usual and were "deceptively dangerous", Savage said.

CHAOS IN NELSON

Earlier today a driver on Nelson's Rocks Rd was "inches away" from being killed when tonnes of soil and a car-sized boulder slammed into the side of the vehicle.

Nelson lawyer Rick Farr said he saw about three to four tonnes of soil fall from the cliff above Rocks Rd and smash into the side of a car in front of him.

The impact pushed the car a metre into the air, he said.

"It was just luck it didn't crush it or push it into the water."

Farr said the car was luckily not too badly damaged, but it could have easily been a different story.

"It was so lucky. Another few inches ..."

Farr said he believed it was time something was done to the road as someone could get killed.

"It's just disgusting. It's been like this for the last 10 years I've been here."

Police said there were land slips "all over the place" and Civil Defence reported that trees had been uprooted.

Motueka police reported there had been a small slip on SH60 near the top of Takaka Hill but it was only about a metre on to the road, and a gum tree was reported to have fallen on the Moutere Highway near Whenua Iti Outdoors.

Constable Rob Ballantyne said with heavy rain forecast today, police expected more slips on Takaka Hill

ROAD CLOSURES

Several roads throughout the region are closed.

Maitai Valley Motor Camp resident Mike Sharp was unable to get his son to school today because the road was closed. He said there were a "few puddles around" and the river was up, but the high ground in the camp was fine.

The following roads are closed:

-Brightwater Bridge

-Marsden Valley Rd

-Abel Tasman Drive at Wainui Bay

-Pupu Valley Road

-Oxford St at Wensley

-Waimea West

-Paton, Ranzau and White Rds

-Telenius Rd

-SH60 at Watipu and near Maori Rd is closed to two wheel drive vehicles.

-Wainui Hill has one lane closed

-Matai Walkway is closed to pedestrians and cyclists

*Evacuation centres have been set up in Nelson at the Suburban Club on Tahunanui Drive and in Golden Bay at the Onetahua Marae in Pohara


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Re: NZ Weather of interest

Postby Tim S » Thu Dec 15, 2011 4:33 pm

Yep quite bad over here!

I just got back from a long shift at the Emergency Operations Centre and all I can say is Wow! What a day, have never really been involved in a disaster of this magnitude and it was truly amazing how much rain we got and it has only just stopped. Around 200 slips in the Nelson/Tasman Region some very large ones, with major problems with infrastructure expected. Not sure how much I can say as it may not be released to the public but there may be other problems with the water supply to Nelson if remedial work doesn't help. Haven't heard any reports of deaths from the slips which is quite lucky as some of them could have easily have claimed lives had people not been evacuated in time.

275mm in my gauge from the last 42hrs or so, truly epic fall for this area! :eek:

Also it took some people 4 hrs to get into work this morning, which considering there commute couldn't have been much longer than 10km is quite amazing!
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Re: NZ Weather of interest

Postby brayden » Fri Dec 16, 2011 7:40 am

Those east coast lows/west coast for you Tim lol can pack a punch. Whats the outlook over chrissy/new year?
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Re: NZ Weather of interest

Postby Tim S » Mon Dec 19, 2011 12:56 pm

Forecast for Christmas looks fairly good, got a big high coming in and sitting over or near us for at least 7 days maybe longer so a nice long spell of sane weather for a change! :-bd

So more figures and facts to give an idea of the extreme rainfall event we got, over 300 slips reported in the Nelson region (these are slips that have either caused damage or blocking roads driveaways, there are many more slips that haven't effected anyone or anything), over 100 homes red stickered with most of these likely to be demolished. Hard to put estimates on people evacuated as many self evacuated and didn't register with authorities but approx 500-1000 were evacuated in total. Infrastructure has taken a huge hit with one of only two ways in and out of Nelson itself unlikely to be reopened for at least 3 weeks. And all this in a country were the government is around $15 billion in debt due to the massive financial hit it took with the Christchurch Quake, any got a spare billion or so? :?

hrmm on a positive note Seals have learnt how to be couch potatoes: http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/artic ... d=10773331 =)) :mrgreen:
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Postby Tasman » Thu Jan 12, 2012 7:54 pm

2011: Year of weather extremes
by Sarah Harvey

2011 was a year of weather extremes with at least 10 tornadoes, severe flooding in Hawke's Bay and Nelson and snow reaching Auckland, the Niwa annual climate summary has shown.

The whole country was warmer, continuing a gradual increase in our temperatures of about 1 degree over the past 100 years.

The North Island, Nelson and Bay of Plenty were wetter and the South Island, particularly the bottom third, was drier.

And it looks like the next couple of months will bring more of the same warm, wet weather to the north, and dry, hot weather to the south.

At a media briefing held in Auckland this morning Dr James Renwick, a NIWA principal scientist, said it might seem like climate scientists were always talking about extremes but 2011 really was an extreme year.

Renwick said the rain in Nelson recently was "absolutely amazing" for a coastal city in New Zealand.

Having 10 tornadoes in one year was also more than usual. There were normally one or two reported tornadoes in New Zealand each year.

A tornado on Auckland's North Shore in May killed construction worker Benedict Dacayan.

Renwick said our weather pattern had been dominated by La Nina for the past year which meant that a lot of highs parked off to the east of the country brought warm weather but also exposed us to fronts from the north.

That meant areas that faced to the north such as Nelson, the Bay of Plenty, Auckland and Northland received more rainfall than usual.

"Nelson's really copped it this year," he said.

It did mean however that it was warmer than normal and sunnier than normal in the South Island. Sea temperatures were warmer than normal.

Renwick said Dunedin had a particularly good year with less rain, more sun and warmer temperatures than usual.

Going through the seasons Renwick said last January was extremely wet in the North Island, with a number of tropical storms and "extensive and noticeable flood events".

February was wet in the South Island, particularly over Waitangi weekend, and there were record highs in the North Island.

May was the warmest on record with temperatures about 2.2degC above normal. It was also wet and cloudy, and April brought heavy flooding to Hawke's Bay.

For winter - June was warm, July was stormy and August brought the snow to the North Island as far north as Auckland.

Spring was dry and cool, but very sunny in most areas.

Renwick said there had been an "extreme" start to summer with "phenomenal" rainfall in Nelson and Golden Bay and most of the North Island was wet.

Southland, Otago and Fiordland and been very dry and warm.

RAINFALL

Most of the North Island was wetter than normal and the South Island, particularly the south and west was drier.

Wettest: Cropp River (foot hills of the Southern Alps) 9493mm

Wettest one day: Takaka 392mm on 14 December.

Driest: Clyde, Central Otago, 395mm

Auckland 1540mm (above average)

Tauranga 1698mm(above)

Hamilton 1538mm (above)

Wellington 1380mm (above)

Christchurch 621mm (below average)

Dunedin 660mm (below )

SUNSHINE

It was sunnier than normal in Te Kuiti, Tekapo and Balclutha and gloomier than normal in Wellington.

Sunniest: Nelson 2487 hours of sun, followed by Tekapo 2463 hours, Whakatane 2380 hours.

Auckland: 2009 hours

Tauranga 2271 hours

Hamilton 1941 hours

Wellington 1954 hours

Christchurch 2030 hours

Dunedin 1804 hours

TEMPERATURES

Warmest average: Leigh, north of Auckland 16.7degC

Highest one day: Timaru in early February 41.3degC

Coolest average: Chateau Ruapehu 7.6degC

Coolest one day: Manapouri -10.2degC

Averages for main centres

Auckland: 15.9degC

Tauranga: 15.7degC

Hamilton: 14.1degC

Wellington: 13.1degC

Christchurch: 11.6degC

Dunedin: 11.4degC

- Fairfax NZ News
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Re: NZ Weather of interest

Postby Tim S » Tue May 29, 2012 6:53 pm

Sorry its been a while since I have posted in here, story and photos of Hailstorm today, was lots of fun!! not!

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Re: NZ Weather of interest

Postby silvercloud » Tue May 29, 2012 10:55 pm

It's a bit chully over your way with all that ice falling out of the sky. One thing though, do skiers really like hail?

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Postby Fu Manchu » Mon Jul 16, 2012 3:18 pm

Aurora in Sthn NZ
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Postby Fu Manchu » Mon Jul 16, 2012 9:06 pm

Currently a hell of a light show over Tassie.
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Postby Fu Manchu » Mon Nov 26, 2012 11:38 am

Real or fake?
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Postby Fu Manchu » Mon Nov 26, 2012 11:40 am

Tim says real but not NZ.

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Postby Fu Manchu » Mon Nov 26, 2012 11:41 am

"@TheWAWG a real shot IMO, but not taken in NZ, Speights logo looks added on. Original with Copyright here: http://t.co/DROHtEIZ "

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Re: NZ Weather of interest

Postby silvercloud » Tue Nov 27, 2012 12:03 pm

Pretty amazing. So maybe a new classification of clouds?

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