Parts of the country have been or are getting some pretty ordinary weather but what’s it like where you are at the moment?
We’ve heard reports of strong winds with rain or showers with snow in the south over inland areas and yet other parts seem to be getting sunshine and reasonably calm conditions. Invercargill has had thunder and hail this morning with very cold temperatures.
Today seems to be the most changeable in the south and tomorrow eastern parts of the North Island are likely to be in for a bit of a chilly change.
Temperatures are doing a bit of a yo-yo in places but if there’s a wind blowing is it making it feel cooler or not that bad at all?
There’s a chance of frosts moving into the south tomorrow night and temperatures could go well below freezing if conditions are calm enough.
We’d love to get your current weather reports and please let us know which part of the country you’re in.
Photo of horses enduring snow in the far south by R.Green
on 30/04/2012 6:47am
Here in Christchurch the wind turned southerly in the last hour or so…NW was feeling pretty cool so I lit the fire, glad I did as it’s feeling pretty chilly here now – just dropped below 10 but the wind chill is making things feel pretty wintery.
on 30/04/2012 3:07am
A Southerly squall has just hit Oamaru. Windchill of 4.2 C. Ruining what was a reasonable day weather wise.
on 30/04/2012 1:30am
Beautiful in Christchurch again!!
on 30/04/2012 12:01am
In invercargill its currently not raining and its brighten up alot ccompard to earlier this morning. The hail that coated parts of the inner city has now all but disappeared. Its very fresh outside
on 29/04/2012 11:59pm
Definitely cold in Invercargill compared to the rest of April but it seems that a line from the airport through to the east of the city have worn the worst of the hail/rain – north and south of the city didn’t wear it as badly. It felt colder with the NW wind earlier than the SW that’s prevailing now. And the sun has now poked it’s head out, lol.