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Weather Video: Sub-tropical rain possible on Friday

A weak front is currently moving up the South Island and will head into the North Island on Wednesday. It’s falling apart as it runs into high pressure and isn’t likely to deliver much rain as it tracks northwards.

By Thursday high pressure still dominates over the country but a developing sub-tropical Northerly may help trigger some rain over the North Island as it combines with a weak low in the Tasman Sea on Friday.

After Cyclone Donna two weeks ago and the Antarctic blast last week, the next several days ahead aren’t very dramatic. But with the North Island wetter than average more rain may not be welcome.

Finally, some good news, if the models stay true Sunday looks to be a stunning day across many parts of New Zealand. 

Here’s the latest video with Philip DUncan…


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