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Foggy start in the north, rain holding off

Thick fog has blanketed parts of Auckland this morning and the rain is holding off – for now.   The latest 9am rain radars do show a small area of patchy rain or showers moving down Northland between the Bay of Islands and Helensville. 

Those showers will move into Auckland this morning.

But so far the rain radar shows no heavy rain nearby.  It’s likely the heaviest rain will arrive tonight and early Wednesday morning for those in the north.

The complication behind the predictions is due to the movement of the low – which moved fairly fast across the Tasman Sea but has now stalled, meaning the fronts have stalled too.

WeatherWatch.co.nz will keep you posted as the day progresses – and on a side note, Southland again wakes to another stunning morning and a 6 degrees frost!

Comments

Ben H on 2/08/2010 10:59pm

Just saw this on stuff.co.nz
http://www.stuff.co.nz/world/americas/3984625/Solar-blast-heading-toward-Earth
Would be amazing to see

Guest on 2/08/2010 9:38pm

We going to see this in Auckland tonight? 🙂
There are supposed to be some big flares arriving later today….

WW Forecast Team on 3/08/2010 1:06am

No Auckland is too far away from the South Pole to see it – and besides it’s likely to be overcast and raining!

– WeatherWatch

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