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VIDEO: Cooler change coming after warm, wet Thursday in the north

NZ is stuck between two big highs and as a result we have a band of rain with heavy falls slowly crossing over the North Island today.

Behind it is a cooler southerly which will drop temperatures across Friday and Saturday.

However by Sunday – and going into next week – it looks as though westerlies will be dominating and that wind flow is slightly warmer usually.

– WeatherWatch.co.nz

Comments

Jason on 4/07/2019 12:19am

Any chance for snow in the next few weeks for the various skifields?
I’m especially interested in Queenstown / Wanaka region (with school holidays approaching) – but I assume others will be interested in other areas too!

Jason

WW Forecast Team on 4/07/2019 12:58am

Hi Jason, thanks for the question on Southern Skifields and sadly there isn’t a lot coming. There may be a few flurries today and then again briefly mid next week but it’s either too dry for snow, or too mild. Some chances for making snow though with sub-zero overnight lows for the most part.

Cheers

Phil D

Derek on 3/07/2019 11:45pm

Thanks Phil, Great update as usual, missed you last three days so good to see you back.

WW Forecast Team on 4/07/2019 12:59am

Cheers Derek, I appreciate that.  I missed being away – but good to be back! 🙂 

Phil

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