A front is very slowly crossing the North Island today and has fractured into areas of rain, drizzle and some slow moving dry areas too.
The rainband will slowly continue to track eastwards across Monday and the remnants will fall apart further and clear away across the next 24 to 36 hours.
It’s still brushing the upper South Island too.
Here’s the updated rainfall map covering the 24 hours from 4am today to 4am Tuesday.
on 22/04/2019 3:51am
its more than likely this is a bit of flop where we are and we wont get the 49 mils needed this month to get to a 100 mils unless a miracle happens any way I don’t like lies and this month getting to a 100 would be a lie you need a 100 or more mils a month to end a dry spell going by my 40 years of farming
on 22/04/2019 4:32am
that easter high of yours gave 8 days with no rain dry spells don’t end with things like that as it wasted a third of the month nearly