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Video: Big low at the end of this week

This week starts of fairly average for the depths of June with frosty weather, especially inland and eastern parts of the South Island but still the odd shower lingering around other coastal parts of the country.

Over Tuesday and Wednesday we see more of these isolated showers and mainly light winds across nation. It’s fairly typical winter weather to be honest.

By the end of the week winds becoming warmer from the nor’west ahead of a very large low that is coming in – you guessed it – for the weekend. It starts on Friday with wind and rain – but, as we saw this past week – large lows don’t always mean nonstop rain and wind, so expect dry/sunny spells amongst it all due to New Zealand’s mountains and ranges. 

Here’s the latest forecast for the working week …


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