'Bomb low': Stormy weather eases, rain to return - Radio New Zealand

The reprieve from this morning's wet and gusty weather will continue tomorrow, but rain will return on the weekend, MetService says. Oriental Parade after weather bomb. A few unfazed souls could be seen at Wellington's Oriental Bay shortly after the ...

Weather watch in place for South - Otago Daily Times

A weather watch remains in place for the south of the South Island, as much of central New Zealand cops a battering from wind and rain this morning. MetService said a watch for heavy rain continued over Southland, Clutha and Dunedin until early this ...

Wild weather: Severe gales expected today as 'bomb low' continues - New Zealand Herald

Severe gales are expected in the capital today as a summer "bomb low" continues to affect the country. The bomb low - a term for a rapidly deepening low pressure centre - hit yesterday causing surface flooding in the South Island, and power outages ...

Live weather bomb updates: Now we're in for a cold snap - New Zealand Herald

Temperatures are set to take a wintry turn as a sudden cold snap hits parts of the country. Everywhere in the South Island will fall below 10C with Queenstown set to fall to a chilly 4C. Central and lower North Island regions across the North Island ...

Wild weather batters country, with cold snap on the way - Newstalk ZB

UPDATED 12.50PM: Damaging hurricane strength wind gusts have been pummeling Wellington this morning, with more wild weather across the country. The Rimutaka Hill was closed for a time, trees are falling and roofs lifting as severe gales associated ...

Clear skies in Wellington as severe weather passes but thunderstorms could hit Auckland, Northland later today - TVNZ

There are now clear skies above Wellington this morning after the city was lashed with severe winds and rain earlier today. The front that lashed the capital has passed and has made its way up the North Island where there's a possibilty of thunderstorms.

Weather: What you need to know - Radio New Zealand

The summer storm lashing parts of the country with gales and rain has hit transport, closed roads and cut power. Here's what you need to know. Flights from Wellington airport were delayed. Photo: RNZ / Rebekah Parsons-King. Read more on our live ...

Strong winds hit the Capital - Māori Television

Forceful winds have begun to hit Wellington and are set to become even stronger in the next few hours. The New Zealand Transport Agency says a number of roads are closed due to slips, fallen trees and flooding. They're advising motorists to delay ...