Severe Weather Watches

Valid to 8:21am Thursday 27 Jun 2024

Severe Weather Watch

Issued by MetService at 8:21am Wednesday 26-Jun-2024

Significant heavy rain about Gisborne/Tairawhiti and Hawke's Bay easing today

A deep low northeast of the North Island is forecast to move slowly away to the east during today and Thursday, with both heavy rain and strong winds expected to ease.

Note, large easterly swells are also forecast to affect coastal parts of Hawke's Bay and Gisborne/Tairawhiti until Thursday night. Erosion and coastal inundation are possible in some places, especially during high tides.

Watches no longer in force

Strong wind watch lifted for: Bay of Plenty east of Whakatane: The threat of southeast winds reaching severe gale has passed, so the watch is lifted.

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Issued: 8:21am Wednesday 26 Jun 2024

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