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Cold air moving up NZ, winds increasing again – the latest Maps (x6)

Colder air is moving up the country with snow lowering in the South Island and hail showers and squalls moving up the western side of both main islands.

Westerlies are turning south west today across New Zealand and the big blast of polar air will make for a colder than average Sunday in the South Island and and colder than normal day across much of the country on Monday.

Winds are also increasing in strength over the next 24 hours across the country.

Here are the latest rain, snow, wind and wave maps to help make more sense of your local 10 day forecasts and how this polar blast is shaping up in your region…



Guest on 4/08/2019 12:59am

Move along please
Weather of no interest in Wellington’
Partly cloudy but dandy

Does metservice know what to forcast?

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