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Wednesday Newsfeed: East Coast storm to very slowly drift away, high pressure increases elsewhere for most (+8 Maps)

Stormy weather will continue in the eastern North Island today with severe gales slowly easing back across the day and rain also gradually tapering back later. Your local forecast “Trends” in our WeatherWatch App, or at updates hourly and shows most likely peak/ending times for wind and rain.

MetService severe warnings remain.

Windy weather in other regions will ease today with lighter winds on Thursday.

Wet weather in the eastern North Island eases further on Thursday with sunny spells developing across Friday.

For many other places not too much is going on – but foggy areas may remain where it’s calmest.

Severe gales over NZ late on Tuesday night – taken by our high resolution global wind gust maps – powered by The Weather Company. (Blue = severe gales/damaging winds)
These maps powered by Weatherzone – Graphics by WeatherWatch


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