The rain bands associated with ex tropical cyclone Evan are sitting just offshore to the east of Auckland. Some rain is getting into eastern Northland, Coromandel and western Bay Of Plenty. This evening or overnight some rain will finally make it’s way a little further westwards.
The above is what WeatherWatch.co.nz has been forecasting today, and as we predicted all last week, the heavy rain is looking to be fragmented and broken up. A dry day with a greater chance of showers later today looks to be more an accurate portrayal of how the weather has turned out in our largest city.
Use the weather maps at WeatherWatch.co.nz to help plan your days coming up, and read the latest weather news on the WeatherWatch.co.nz website. Also take note of warnings from government forecaster Metservice to help plan ahead if you are anywhere north of Auckland over the coming days.
5:33pm – Just In – Air NZ cancels all flights in and out of Welington airport, please go to airline/airport website for details.
In regards to fog about Wellington Airport, saturation levels will be high for the rest of today and tomorrow. Tomorrow may see low cloud lift a little but skies will likely still be very cloudy with a chance of drizzle mainly morning and evening so it would be wise to be prepared incase fog hinders travel plans again. Keep up to date with any flight cancellations at http://www.wellingtonairport.co.nz
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