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VIDEO: Powerful high pressure zone moving in to NZ, we track the showers

A large and powerful high pressure system in the Tasman Sea is heading NZ’s way, arriving Wednesday and lingering until Monday.

However not everyone will have 100% dry weather, so we track the most likely areas to get showers in the days ahead.

We also track the current cold front moving up the country bringing a few showers for Tuesday and a cooler change for northern NZ overnight (it won’t be much!) The weather stays settled until about Sunday and Monday, then it starts to go downhill in the very south of the country with W to NW winds picking up and rain early next week returning to the West Coast.


Guest on 17/09/2019 3:36am

its funny how sydneys getting snow but the north islands hardly had any

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