I am impressed by, and are supporting this independent NZ initiated aid project, the Solu-Khumbu & Helambu Relief Fund, helping the Nepali in the more remote outposts affected by the earthquake/s through supplying medical help, shelter and food before the monsoon further devastates their lives! You can help by donating at https://givealittle.co.nz/cause/nepal-earthquake-2015. Visit their Facebook Page to follow their work! - Graeme -
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Welcome to Arthur's Pass, New Zealand|
Our small alpine village is nestled amongst the Southern Alps in New Zealand's South Island (Maps).
You will find a wealth of information about this region on this site.
For pre-arrival advice Click Here.
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Advice in an earthquake
|Sunday 24th May 2015|
Day: Partly cloudy skies in the morning will give way to cloudy skies during the afternoon. High 7ºC. Winds light & variable.
Night: Snow showers early. Clear skies later. Low near -5ºC. Winds light & variable. Chance of snow 50%. Snow accumulations less than 2cm.
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HIGHWAY CONDITIONS - Click Here
-4 / 7ºC
-4 / 4ºC
-3 / 6ºC
-2 / 7ºC
1 / 8ºC
4 / 8ºC
5 / 9ºC
3 / 8ºC
2 / 8ºC
2 / 8ºC
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Click Here to view full weather station details.
LATEST DAILY READINGS|
Update: 24/5/15 0:57hrs NZST
Temperature (Low): -2.8ºC
Temperature (High): -2.6ºC
Wind Chill: -2.8ºC
Barometer: 998.89mb (Falling)
Wind Speed: 0km/h
Wind Direction: W
Wind Gust: 0km/h (0:00hrs)
Cloud Base: Frost likely
Freezing Level: 599m
Daily Rainfall: Frozen
24 Hour Rain: 0mm
- Winter conditions in alpine areas! Snow has started affecting many higher tracks and routes. Check with the Visitor Centre for current conditions in all alpine areas. Ice axe, crampons and avalanche skills may be required.
- HIGHWAY 73 IS UNDERGOING MAJOR ROADWORKS east of the Village for 6km for a 2 year period starting in May 2015. Large heavy vehicles and some delays may be encountered. Visit Highway Conditions to view updates.
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