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Weather Headlines for Wednesday – A cold front, a weaker cold front, then Humid

Cold front due Wednesday & Thursday

New Zealand is hot before a cold change starts moving in over the South Island today then proceeds over the North Island on Thursday. Plus, there is a chance of some rain in the north early next week. More at the link below.

MSLP / Rain map Thursday 20th January 4:00pm –

Cloud develops in the east on Sunday

A cold front well out to our east moves through on Sunday, while New Zealand is mostly covered by high pressure some cloud gets drawn into the eastern South Island from the front bringing the chance of a light shower or two and cooler temperatures, this hangs around on Monday and spreads to the eastern North Island.

MSLP / Rain map Sunday 23rd January 1:00pm –

Humidity levels boost up towards the end of the month

As we get into the last 5 days of the month humidity levels around the North Island will lift quite a bit with dewpoint temperatures getting into the late teens for the North Island or perhaps even early twenties. Anything above a 15 degree dewpoint starts to feel uncomfortable and muggy, a 20 degree dewpoint keeps you up at night.


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