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This is the
final update for the evening. With the
rain steadily easing off, and expected to continue to lighten heading into
tomorrow, the decision has been made to close down Council’s Emergency
Met Service forecast, released just after 10pm, predicts between 50 and 80mm of
rain between now and midday tomorrow.
will fall steadily, but not at an intensity that is expected to cause any
gales are forecast for the early hours of the morning before easing.
levels are tracking upwards, they are still well below their capacity, and
offer no immediate threat of flooding.
considered highly unlikely, unless the rain intensity increases, that either
the Waimakariri or Ashley Rivers will breach their banks.
closing down the two Welfare Centres in Rangiora and Kaiapoi, but will maintain
six Sucker trucks in Kaiapoi to further attend to surface flooding.
trucks will work until midnight, but the work will continue through until the
early hours of the morning, with three trucks staying on task until 4am.
centre is also closing although Civil Defence staff will remain on call.
emergency issues, please contact Brennan Wiremu (021 480 829) or Chris Field
(021 480 8520).