Sub-tropical winds continue for many regions pushing temperatures well above normal in many places this weekend – and again next week.
Saturday will be windier and showery nationwide (mostly in the north and west of both islands).
The first week of November brings some better chances of rain in the north of NZ – there are some chances it may align and bring some healthier totals.
PLEASE NOTE: Phil is taking a couple weeks off from videos and being a small company we don’t have a replacement. During this time we’ll be providing extra news stories and helpful maps in the news feed of our website and app. Thank you for all your support so far this year and our videos will return again mid-November!
on 3/11/2020 8:21am
Bet ya did a special long range forecast to make sure you could have a couple of weeks off without a major event lurking 🙂
on 3/11/2020 5:21am
Enjoy your 2 weeks off Phil! Good to see Aaron is stepping into Country TV role.
on 3/11/2020 8:08am
Thank you very much Zelda! Lovely to hear from you. Aaron has already landed feet first in the job – he’s doing a great job. Hope your garden enjoys the drizzly showers 🙂
– Phil D
on 1/11/2020 9:35am
Must say this is the best weather station in the Southern Hemisphere. I noticed the poor explanations about La Niña from the others and the dreadful reporting on it from the media. I would be surprised if anyone new to La Niña would understand anything from nz media about it.
on 30/10/2020 6:24am
Fantastic Phil l wish we had half the info that you put out every day so well. With nz in a La Niña phase does it mean that the entire southern region including us in South Africa is leaning towards the same system?
on 29/10/2020 11:41pm
Will miss your daily video Phil but totally understand, so enjoy whatever else you are doing, and may it be successful.