Showers as southwesterlies lie over NZ

Rain is possible around the country today.

A southwesterly airflow lies over New Zealand today.

WeatherWatch.co.nz is forecasting showers for most of the day along the western side of the North Island.

“Although long dry spells develop in the afternoon for Bay Of Plenty and Waikato down through to Kapiti, perhaps becoming mainly dry before showers move back in at night.

“Rain or showers for Wairarapa and perhaps southern Hawke’s Bay, then drier further north along the east coast.”

Showers then heavy rain with a chance of thunderstorms are pushing northwards along the West Coast of the South Island during the day.

“Heavy showers with a risk of hail move into Southland early afternoon reaching North Canterbury in the evening, thunderstorms possible for Canterbury with the change.

“Snow lowers to 400m about Southland / Otago and 500m for Canterbury as the cold change pushes through.”


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