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Funnel between two systems – The Big Picture on Thursday

On Thursday we have a northeasterly airflow over New Zealand which is being funnelled between a high to the east of the country and a low in the Tasman Sea to the west.

Sunny areas and some high cloud stick around for eastern regions of both islands, keeping conditions mainly dry.

In the west some regions see areas of cloud and the odd shower.
The West Coast of the South Island will likely be mainly cloudy from morning, whereas western areas of the North Island sees some sun in the morning, then the odd shower late afternoon and evening.
Auckland looks mainly cloudy from morning however, with the odd shower by midday.

– Aaron Wilkinson & Drew Chappell,


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