Hiking at Mount Taranaki in New Zealand

The cyclone was approaching and the effects were already clearly felt. The sky was overcast and at times it rained a little. The weather forecast did not predict completely catastrophic weather for the day, but at altitude it is a bit completely different. Wind speeds of over 150 km/h were predicted for the summit and that should be taken seriously. But of necessity I drove to the mountain and wanted to look around at least a little until it got worse. The cyclone should come only from night and the next day fully to the effect. In addition, no one knew where he now really pulls.