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Monday – Not as wet as expected

The subtropical low threatened and delivered some rain across northern regions but in many cases it was fairly weak and inconsequential.

It’s not all over yet and fits and starts are likely tonight and overnight plus during Tuesday as the system heads south.

Southern parts of Southland also didn’t quite get a drenching and a rain warning was lifted earlier today for parts of the area.

Temperatures were warm across the south with Ashburton on 26 degrees, Timaru 25 and Christchurch 24.

Main Centres

Auckland 19

Hamilton 21

Tauranga 21

Wellington 20

Christchurch 24

Dunedin city 19

16 degrees was the low in Invercargill



Rob on 15/04/2013 8:55am

I have just tipped out 35mm here in Kaitaia and its still going. Happy as with that!!

sw on 15/04/2013 5:53am

Auckland gets its most continuous rain from southerly flows in a close proximity (wrap a round) depression under cold surface air.

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