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VIDEO: Windy westerlies ahead of possible Monday storm

Deep low pressure may affect NZ Monday next week but between now and then expect windy westerlies turning colder south west this Friday and Saturday for a time.

King’s Birthday Monday isn’t yet locked in, but a stormy low pressure zone is looking likely to bring a burst of rain, snow on the ranges and colder, windier, weather to many places. We hope to lock in this forecast by tomorrow or Thursday.

Meanwhile Australia has a lot of high pressure with warmer than average daytime weather increasing over the next couple of days – but Tasmania remains exposed, much like the South Island of NZ, to the windy westerlies.


Kurt Ludlow on 30/05/2023 6:33am

Any chance of tjhunderstorms for the far south of the south island?

janet on 30/05/2023 12:35am

thankyou for the rain amounts for 3 days

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