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Monday’s national forecast

Low pressure covers much of New Zealand today with rain bands broken up.

Rain will push further into the South Island and ease to showers further north. The top half of the North Island is fairly dry at first but showers, some heavy, do develop today.

Some snow is likely in the Southern Alps, mainly around Canterbury.

Driest weather will be in the lower half of the South Island but it will still be fairly cloudy.

In fact sunniest and driest weather today will be in our rain forrest – Fiordland National Park!

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Peter Langer on 24/05/2020 10:59pm

i dont know a bout that we 30 mils over a whole day the highest 24 hour fall this year if i had some those other totals the other places had i will not be moaning the evaparation is only 2 mils a day if that and its still drizzling which more than likely does more good than heavy rain which runs away

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