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Monday Newsfeed: Weak low pressure spreads across NZ, rain in north

Pockets of drizzle, dry spells and downpours are all in the mix, bringing some areas of relief – especially around the upper North Island.

The broken up rain bands are messy and complicated – view hourly rainfall risks and rain radar to monitor wet weather risks across the day.

Large areas will miss out on rain in the coming days – but the low pressure zone(s) mean instability. In other words, wet weather can form with little warning (drizzle or heavier falls). A few isolated northern thunderstorms may be possible with daytime heating on Monday afternoon.

Highest risk for severe weather is in the top half of the North Island.

Additional Weather Maps most helpful at the moment are…

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