This week it’s been Southland that’s taken the wintry bullet for New Zealand with hail, ferocious thunderstorms, gales and snow – but with the now famous Bluff Oyster & Food Festival coming this Saturday the weather looks set to change.
WeatherWatch.co.nz says a high will be moving in from the Tasman Sea and while there’s a low risk of a shower the weather for Bluff, Invercargill and the rest of Southland is looking dry and sunny at this stage.
It may pay to bring a jacket, temperatures may only just reach the teens, with the current predicted high just 13 degrees after a cold start.
The good news is that winds will be light, with a gentle northerly developing later in the day.
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