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Weather Video: Big high for NZ + Donna tracks south this week

A very large high pressure system is moving into New Zealand bringing settled, calm, conditions to most places. It may be a bit gloomy in the west though, of both islands, as this high isn’t a perfectly sunny one for everyone. However it will lock in a calm weekend for many areas as Thursday’s cold blast drifts further east away from the eastern North Island.

At the same time that New Zealand is under a high Vanuatu will be under a low – a deep one. Cyclone Donna is now a Severe Category 3 storm with winds expected to gust to 250km/h this weekend and flooding rains. All eyes will be on Vanuatu severe-weather-wise this weekend.

It’s still very unclear if Donna will bring flooding rains to New Zealand next week – but we take a look at several days from now to see what the latest thoughts are.

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