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An action packed Thursday on the way

We have a breezy north to northwesterly airflow over most of the country on Thursday, while low pressure sits in the Tasman Sea.

Along with those, there is a large southerly airflow undercutting this warm air over the eastern South Island – from Southland up into Canterbury – with the coldest air over Southland and Otago naturally.

This means snow is likely down to low levels in places – we have a full snow forecast here, and Philip Duncan’s latest weather video, here – if you want to check out more details!

Heavy rain with torrential falls are looking likely for most of Fiordland and South Westland.

Don’t forget to send us any pictures of snow if or when you get it – we love receiving them – either on Twitter, Facebook, or right here on the website.

– Aaron Wilkinson & Drew Chappell,

– Photo: Chris Johnson


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