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VIDEO: NZ’s ‘weird’ winter continues with more sub-tropical winds returning

We have frosty mornings to kick off this week in some regions but sub-tropical winds are returning to both islands this week.

A large high, centred over NZ for Monday, will drift east this week helping to pull down the sub-tropical winds using it’s anticyclonic flow.

Another high over Aussie will try to come in next week – but over the weekend this may allow a rain maker to move in to northern NZ. It’s not yet locked in, but one to watch.


Josh on 27/07/2020 12:11am

hey is a big dry already frorming in nz. this means we in a forever drought?

WW Forecast Team on 27/07/2020 11:13pm

Hi Josh, no it doesn’t, just the current pattern is leaning dry again.

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