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Rain moves in today

Rain will today move in from the north west as a low in the Tasman Sea creeps closer.

Northland, Taranaki and the West Coast are likely to see the first drops of rain with rain in most western and northern centres by night time.

The frontal band will pass over the country tonight and tomorrow morning – but only a few spits are expected in eastern areas.

Winds will turn more westerly and will be brisk in exposed places.

The spring weather means frosts are again unlikely as windy or cloudy conditions prevail across New Zealand.



Homepage image:  Wellington, Lee Densem

What are conditions like where you are today?  Post a comment below – from Southland to Northland we want to hear from you!


Shawn on 10/09/2010 8:45pm

weather in dargaville @8.45 is light drizzly rain,no wind

sw on 10/09/2010 7:32pm

Overcast,spits around,plenty time for indoor activities such as to wear out more DVDs and games like playing cards,chess sets and monopoly games.

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