Updated 6:13pm -- From politicians to the public, we've had a whole series of posts to our social networking and news site today at WeatherWatch.co.nz about the Wellington region's heavy rain and flooding - so we wanted to share them with you.
The front which brought all sorts of problems to Wellington this morning is sticking around for the immediate future - and it's made up of several layers, meaning there's more to come!
There could be a few isolated thunderstorms associated with that front, this afternoon and also Friday morning - with the third section of the front coming through early on Saturday.
On Thursday we have a number of weather systems in play - creating a variety of conditions around the country.
First of all, a front moves onto the lower North Island in the morning, pushing in from the Tasman Sea.
Winds ahead of the front are northerly and in behind change west to northwest.
We have another 48 to 72 hours to go with this low that has been pushing rain band after rain band across New Zealand for over a week.
On Friday it starts to clear the South Island and clears most North Island regions on Saturday.
The weekend sees a cooler south to south west wind flow with a large high approaching next week.
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We've seen some wild weather around the country so far this week - including thunderstorms and a taranaki tornado - though it wasn't large enough to register past 0 on the measuring scale.
We're far from out of the woods with this low presure system too, as it's looking like sticking around for the next 48-72 hours for the South and North Islands respectively.
Right - get ready for a pretty rough ride, as several different weather systems are about to converge and interact over New Zealand - leading to some very interesting prospects.
A very large low in the Southern Ocean will this week slowly churn by – driving in plenty of rain for the West Coast, some rain into our dry drought regions of the east coast, and strong to gale force nor'westers for many places – which turn to much colder southerlies later in the week.