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Fog, rain and wind – #WeatherRisks and your Main Centre outlook on Thursday

Thursday is shaping up to be mostly fine around the country once again – with a few late summer caveats as usual!

Conditions look right for a spot of fog early morning in parts of the Waikato, and while it’s not a huge risk, the potential is there possible.
Light winds coupled with a ridge of high pressure means there’s at least a chance!

There’s some early heavy rain easing in Fiordland – though this is nothing special for them.

And finally, northwesterly winds look to be gusty – perhaps strong – in the morning, from Canterbury through to the Cook Strait area.
These winds should ease in the afternoon, however they may remain fairly gusty about Cook Strait till evening.

Main Centres


Sunny, warm and clear for the most part, along with afternoon sea breezes and a high in the late 20s.


Brisk winds and mostl clear skies, with temperatures in the mid 20s.


Thick high cloud cover keeps things a bit gloomy, but temperatures well into the late 20s – possibly early 30s – before southerlies push through late in the day.

– Aaron Wilkinson & Drew Chappell,

– Photo: Chris Johnson


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