After a wet weekend the sun is set to shine over much of New
Zealand today, marking a promising start to the school
Another great day is in store for the country as the working
week ends on a sunny note.
Dust off the umbrella -- you're going to need it this
It's the last day of summer today but the hot, sticky air
left over from former Cyclone Winston could continue to hang
around for much of the week and keep the autumn weather at
Dunedin is one of four of the country's main centres that are
on track to beat temperature records for February.
Most of the country will see a return of summer this weekend
after a rainy week left many wondering if autumn was here
It could be the last weekend of summer sunshine for the lower
South Island -- with an early autumn fast approaching -- but
it's looking mostly clear for the test cricket in
Christchurch, as well as the rest of the country, over the
next few days.
Two cyclones that materialised only hours apart north of New
Zealand are growing and are likely to track towards us.
Tropical Cyclone Ula may strike New Zealand this week,
possibly bringing heavy rain to the top of the North Island.
Don't go putting those tents back up just yet -- the
MetService has forecast more severe weather for much of the
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