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Video: Snow yesterday, becoming warmer than average today + 2 subtropical lows for NZ

In true spring style for those who had snow yesterday many places today will be warmer than average there by a few degrees as nor’westers develop.

Meanwhile in the upper North Island a low with sub-tropical connections is developing and will bring some heavy rain just along coastal parts of the upper North Island for late Tuesday and early Wednesday.

Another low is expected back in this exact same place by Saturday, but perhaps with less intense rain associated with it. Mainly dry in the middle portion of New Zealand in the days ahead.

We also have a quick update on the tropics for next week and notice a possible big rain maker for the northern Philippines and also Taiwan plus a possible Hurricane near Bermuda. Neither look like a major event compared to recent storms Florence and Mangkhut. 


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