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Another cold day in store – The Big Picture on Wednesday

On Wednesday we have an icy southerly airflow still lying over New Zealand, meaning more low temperatures and some cold rain and showers – as well as more snow!

There are showers or rain for most in the east, as well as snow to various levels about Southland, Coastal Otago, and Marlborough at times.

On the other side of the South Island, the West Coast sees early showers mostly clearing then sunny areas increase, and winds from the southeast.

Rain or showers stick around for most regions of the North Island, with southwesterly winds tending south to southeast later in the day – at which point showers ease or perhaps clear for many.

– Aaron Wilkinson & Drew Chappell,


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