WeatherWatch.co.nz and NZHerald.co.nz team up to bring you the very latest on the weather around New Zealand. Today we touch on the sub-tropical low currently bringing high cloud and south easterlies to northern New Zealand.
Meanwhile in the Southern Ocean a cold change is brewing and is expected to push into the South Island on Saturday then head northwards on Sunday. The air is coming from Antarctica for the very deep south so farmers – one to watch.
on 3/08/2011 2:39am
Resultant SW here later shouldn’t be much of a problem.
As the first spring month isn’t far away, a good trivia question: what is an attribute of the spring months – nothing to do with weather – that gives them prominence of a kind?
on 3/08/2011 2:31am
Loved the comment on the hair dryer shape. I guess more women watch these than men. 🙂