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Interesting weather closing in

Well it could be deemed interesting weather by some but very disruptive weather by others, our complex lows are organising in the Tasman Sea and moving towards NZ.

For many though the weather right at this point in time isn’t too bad, sunny skies in Northland, Auckland, Bay Of Plenty and Gisborne. The east coasts of both islands are fairly nice also although there is plenty of high cloud especially in the South Island.

Gisborne is the warmest spot so far today with 22 degrees, Auckland and parts of Northland are not far behind on 19 to 20 degrees. The coldest spot is Wanaka on 7.5 degrees. So there is a window there to get that last bit of washing on the line today unless your in the far south or on the West Coast of the South Island.

Interestingly there has been some snow from this system affecting the ranges in NSW with weatherzone.com.au labelling it a once in 20 year event so does show that this system does have a bit of grunt behind it. Click here for story.

Homepage image / 1pm TWC satellite – weather.com

WeatherWatch.co.nz

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