Droughts in summer and floods in winter – extreme weather in Northland since chemtrails/geoengineering became a commonplace sight, is making life exceedingly difficult for many farmers in this region. (CS).
RadioNZ, Updated today 20 July, 2014
Police warned people to avoid travelling in parts of Northland on Saturday night as thunderstorms again threatened the region with flooding.
The Fire Service said three homes in Maungaturoto, south of Whangarei, were flooded on Saturday.
At least 50 millimetres of intense rain fell on Saturday, closing State Highway 1 at Brynderwyn Hill between Auckland and Whangarei.
Fire crews also helped the drivers of stranded vehicles, one at Maungatoroto and another that was cut off by flooding on state highway one north of Waipu. Another vehicle was stuck in floodwater at Tutukaka.
Floodwaters had been receding following fine weather during the past six days. But Northland Civil Defence spokesperson Graeme MacDonald said last week’s flooding meant groundwater levels had risen sharply, causing localised flooding.