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Weather Video: Big complicated low in Tasman Sea – we break it down and explain

A large low in the Tasman Sea is set to bring stormy weather to south eastern Australia while at the same time drenching parts of New Zealand.
It’s a very big complicated system that is broken in two yet somehow still connected – with plenty of energy in the Tasman Sea bringing wind rain and increasingly rough seas over the coming days.
The main low itself won’t cross New Zealand until the middle of next week so expect a fairly slow moving but mild weather pattern over the coming several days.


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