Met Service weather warning - Saturday 25 June 11am
A period of heavy rain is expected from late this afternoon until early Sunday morning. In the 12 hours from 4pm Saturday until 4am Sunday, expect 70 to 90mm to accumulate. Peak intensities of 10 to 20mm per hour.
Note, further periods of rain are likely during Sunday and Monday morning.
Periods of heavy northwest rain from this evening until Monday morning for the ranges of Gisborne – the Met Service is monitoring this and will update if required.
People in the area should be aware that this amount of rain could cause rivers and streams to rise rapidly.
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