New zealand's auckland is ready to face cyclone gabrielle

Schools will be closed and flights cancelled as Cyclone Gabrielle is preparing to strike New Zealand's largest city.

Until orders from ministry of education will come, 36 schools and universities will remain closed 

Gabrielle is most impacted in air so, government cancelled international flights.

Prime minister chri hipkins addresses people to minimise unnecessary travel.

On saturday cyclone gabrielle lost its transitioned 

This resulted cyclone lost its tropical system and turns to "Very High Risk of Extreme" .

State emergency is declared for a Northland for a week

Auckland Emergency Management warned the city was likely to be hit by strong winds 

On Sunday, residents of New Zealand's largest city were urged to brace themselves for the effects of a storm