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VIDEO: Milder in NZ this weekend but OZ cold change on the way

Northerlies will develop this weekend in NZ bringing a mild Sunday, while a wintry change in Australia’s south east will head our way by the start of the new week.

Tuesday and Wednesday once again look cold across NZ with snow flurries (light ones) possible in Northern Southland to perhaps only 100 metres, while snow flurries will again fall as far north as Mt Ruapehu and even the Desert Road. But snow totals don’t look huge due to incoming high pressure behind it.

In Australia it’s settled for a large portion of the continent but by a wintry change kicks in this weekend for TAS and VIC in particular – and brushes ACT and some parts of NSW.


nathan on 10/09/2022 7:58pm

is there a snow wareing in wellington

WW Forecast Team on 10/09/2022 10:21pm

No there isn’t. See any warnings and watches here:
– WW

Gillian Smith on 9/09/2022 11:01am

What does the wiggly red line on the top of the weather map indicate.

WW Forecast Team on 9/09/2022 2:12pm

Hi Gillian

That is a thickness line. You can read more about them here

But in a more simpler way it often means warmer more tropical air is north of that line.


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