This weekend the North Island will be very wet because of the passages of multiple frontal systems fed by sub-tropical airflows.
A convergence of nor’east winds from the exiting high and nor’west winds from the Tasman Sea storm is creating a line of heavy rain over Northland and near Auckland.
There is a high possibility heavy rain will persist into this evening.
Temperatures will be higher than usual in the North Island and western South Island until Monday but in contrast the
eastern South Island, especially around Christchurch, will be cooler than usual this weekend due to cooler air flows and cloud cover.
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