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RainWatch – Dry in the south, some rain finally for the north

A cold front that pushed northwards over the South Island today and onto the lower North Island moves onto the upper North Island tomorrow, this brings some rain as can be seen in the map below. Northland starts to see some of this rain more on Sunday however the rate of precipitation does ease a bit.

A northwesterly airflow from Monday next week starts to bring in some heavy rain at times for the west of the South Island. For the North Island keep an eye on the 18th through to the 20th June, a low pressure system around then may lead to very unsettled conditions. The specifics of which we’ll let you know of as the time draws closer and provided the situation keeps on the current trajectory.

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By Weather Analyst Aaron Wilkinson –


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