There’s not much to speak of in the way of serious weather risks for your Friday, as the settled pattern established yesterday should hold over.
A front is moving onto the South Island early this morning, then it will weaken as it moves further north towards evening.
There is a chance of some heavy rain for, you guessed it, Fiordland, but that’s nothing that they haven’t seen before!
Other than that, it’s business as usual – check out your specific forecast and temperature range, here.
– Aaron Wilkinson & Drew Chappell, WeatherWatch.co.nz
– Map: Google
on 1/01/2015 8:19pm
‘Drought stricken’ is a term that seems to get thrown around for the north of the North Island quite regularly. Time for the mainland to get some of that labeling. The rivers and lake are drying up very quickly at the moment. This will affect you guys in Auckland as the Hydro Lakes are also low. When is more rain coming?