Blurb: New Zealand has some rough weather on Sunday as a cold southerly moves up the country bringing gales to some exposed central areas, pockets of rain and showers and a drop in temperatures.
Not everyone is highly impacted by it so we try to break down the many moving parts.
Meanwhile Cyclone Oma remains stuck in the Coral Sea well away from NZ and may well be stalled there for a full week.
And next week to the north west of NZ another tropical low is likely to form and has some cyclone potential. We break it all down for you here…