WeatherWatch.co.nz maintains its prediction of a little rain moving in to dry regions in the upper North Island and eastern South Island today.
The weather news authority says between 5 and 20mm of rain is likely today as at least four fronts move across various parts of the country.
The fronts are weak, however, with high air pressure limiting significant rain development.
For dry farms though any rain will be welcome.
How much rain has fallen at your place? Post a comment and share your readings.
on 21/11/2010 3:06am
Rainfall is generally measured in millimetres – not millilitres. Interesting to see the amount of people that don’t seem to know the difference. 🙂
on 21/11/2010 3:29am
– WeatherWatch weekends
on 20/11/2010 10:20pm
20mm overnight southwest of Whangarei and a little windy.
on 20/11/2010 8:56pm
west of Warkworth. A few drizzle patches and quite windy but rain looks to have cleared.
on 20/11/2010 8:28pm
We had 20mls out at Omaha. Seems to be clearing up now though.
on 20/11/2010 8:15pm
have recorded 25 mls overnight at Poroti, west of Whangarei, which was just awesome, while it won’t change things on its own, it sure is a step in the right direction
on 20/11/2010 6:37pm
Little overnight,SW kicked in now so just a few showers likely, and dry out now wasnt much NE to this one hence little rain
on 20/11/2010 5:12pm
10 mls in Puhipuhi eastern Northland around 4am, had 8 mls on thursday night and have been in a tropical mist a lot of the time with high humidity. Hope for another shower this morning but the wind has already gone to the west.