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Rain moves in – The Big Picture on Wednesday

On Wednesday we have a northwesterly airflow over New Zealand, meaning cloud, drizzle, and rain moving in to some parts of the country.

For the North Island, it’s mainly cloudy in the west – with areas of patchy rain, although southern parts of Taranaki southwards may remain fairly dry.
Along the East Coast, expect high cloud and some sun, while winds generally blow from the north or northwest for most.

Over the South Island we have cloudy skies in the west with some rain, while it stays sunny and hot out east again, with northwesterly winds.

– Aaron Wilkinson & Drew Chappell,


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