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VIDEO: Massive high to bring drier than normal weather to NZ

A very powerful area of high pressure is moving slowly towards New Zealand and will impact our weather not only for the rest of this week but also this weekend and into next week.

It promises a drier than average several days ahead for almost every single part of the nation.

Light winds mean mild days but cold nights for many regions too.

Comments

Guest on 25/06/2019 9:15am

Worries me a bit as the lack of rain is serious in winter, is this due to climate change warming. Very little running water in the Kaimai’s and the Mount near Tauranga. Thank’s Philip Duncan for a concise forecast. I am worried that the spring and summer season is going to be seriously dry and hot. I would be interested to know your opinion.

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