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Did you escape the latest low?

Some Kiwis actually managed to get through the last few days with very few effects from the pair of sub-tropical lows that have moved through this week.

Our latest low is continuing to die as it moves to the south.  That means things will still be a little unsettled today.  But any the threat for heavy rain and strong winds is pretty much over.

So tell us, how did you do?

Photo by Laura Jerome


pete on 22/03/2012 2:01am

in chch this morning awoke to warm humid drizzle which lasted until lunchtime then magically cleared to a sunny warm and getting warmer afternoon..very humid.

Kane on 22/03/2012 1:16am

Strong winds from around 7 to 8 till late with a lot of rain here in Waihou Shaking the house pretty good, strongest winds by far this year. The low that past before this one earlier in the week we didn’t even get any wind just rain, But i heard It got very windy early morning from morrinsville down we must have just missed the wind.

Brendan Pratt on 21/03/2012 10:26pm

Morning WW

Some heavy rain in Te Puke over night, but gone this morning, with blue sky’s. There was a number of power spikes here, but we did not lose power.

There is a lot of debris around the streets. But no major damage.

Hayley on 21/03/2012 7:55pm

We didn’t have any wild weather, it rained a bit, blew a bit and that was all, we also got off lightly with the weather bomb. We live just out of Martinborough.

phil smith on 21/03/2012 6:11pm

Wow what a night here in Levin, severe gales from 9.30pm through till about 5.00am really strong easterly wind suspect damage in the hills cheers Phil Smith

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