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Showers in the east: Weather risks on Wednesday

There won’t be anything extreme in today’s weather to worry about, as has been the case pretty much all year so far.

There is the possibility of a few isolated showers here or there about the ranges in Hawkes Bay and Gisborne – one or two of which might be heavy – but that’s about it.

And skies will be mostly cloudy in the east of the South Island with easterly breezes, while drizzle patches will affect places for much of the day.

– Aaron Wilkinson & Drew Chappell,

– Map: Google


Guest on 13/01/2015 8:00pm

This weather is rubbish.  Let’s go back to summer please.  Third day with low cloud – bring back the westerly winds!!

Guest on 14/01/2015 12:58am

It’s been pretty good here in Wellington apart from a few cloudy days.

I read with interest that former NASA climatologist John L. Casey says the Earth is undergoing a radical shift in Global Climate and heading for a 30 year colder period.

Heck! What happened to global warm,ing, climate change etc, well it’s apparently changing for the cooler.

Al the man Gore must be shivering in his home right now.

Well no, he will have a heater on in every room 🙂


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