The West Coast has a deluge while dry parts of the upper North Island continue to get hit and miss downpours.
The set up over the next five days is ‘classic spring’ with strong westerly quarter winds that will be warmer than average at times for the north and east while the odd swing to Sou’Westers means Southland will be brushed by cooler air off and on.
Most of the rain is falling on the West Coast with impressive totals. Keep up to date with tax funded rain warnings from MetService – and also keep up to date with the most weather data for your area from www.RuralWeather.co.nz.
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