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Sunday’s national forecast – A windier south west flow for many

We have a colder surge of air heading northwards today with windier south to south west winds bringing in showers to sea level and snow to the mountains.

Generally speaking today isn’t overly wet with the highest risk of showers around the North Island’s western and eastern coastlines. Many areas are mostly dry by tonight.

Like the showers, the strongest winds also look set to be in coastal areas – but in both islands with inland areas calmer than exposed coastal areas for the most part.

Despite the cooler southerly, most places are about normal for this time of year temperature-wise, if not still a bit warmer than average.

Daytime Highs natinowide: 8 degrees in the south (northern Southland) to 19 in the north east (around Gisborne).



Guest on 19/05/2019 4:45am

I can confirm the rain made it all the to the sea level today! Very accurate forecasting

Guest on 18/05/2019 9:53pm

for petes sake its coming into winter man that was feeble

Guest on 19/05/2019 4:00am

live in f….g westcoast then

Guest on 19/05/2019 9:19am

oh at least we don’t moan like you lot do when we get a few weeks with out rain we are talking a bout nearly 5 months with out average rain now and driest fall in over 12 years if not 50

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