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Gales blow through some coastal areas as changeable weather provides some distraction from boredom (+3 Maps)

High pressure building in the Tasman Sea and some low pressure off the North Island’s east coast means windy weather is affecting some areas today.

With people in lockdown and the order to stay at home this probably won’t impact as many people as it normally would, with people expected to be out of the sea and off hiking trails and at their homes.

However most of us have two places we can be at the moment. Inside our home, or just outside our home! So blustery winds do still affect us – especially if it comes with some wet weather too, making it harder to get some distance from those you’re isolating with over the next month.

As you can see it’s really only Saturday that sees the blustery conditions – they start to ease overnight and into Sunday morning.

Stay positive and remember – even if your scenery doesn’t change much over the next 4 weeks the weather around you and above you is like a never-ending movie channel! Other things to distract us and different temperatures and weather conditions can also make us experience more moods – think of that as a positive, as it’s one less thing to get bored over 🙂



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