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Southerlies moving in this weekend

Temperatures are about to drop to where they should be says as southerly conditions move towards the country this weekend.

The southerly change is expected to clear away the wet weather for western New Zealand and eventually northern places on Sunday. says showers will briefly clear by the end of the weekend for Auckland and other northern and western places.

But those in the east will feel the cold and wet change as the southerly comes through.

It’s the first significant southerly to spread across the entire country in several weeks, but it doesn’t bring a lot of moisture – which means less rain and less chances of significant snow.

No severe weather is predicted from it either.

Next week conditions for snow look better – we’ll have full details tomorrow morning from 8am


sw on 23/06/2011 4:48am

A brief flick/squall from the SW came through already,Pine needles random though not many yet.Seems as the rot is setting in.

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