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Weather forecast for Easter weekend

Posted 18 April 2019 by Gold FM in Media Release and Weather
Media Release: MetService NZ

A ridge of high-pressure which has been dominating Aotearoa this week is set to give way to a front this Easter weekend. MetService is forecasting a front to reach the South Island tomorrow before moving northwards towards the North Island late...
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Lead up to Easter on a high

Posted 15 April 2019 by Gold FM in Media Release,Weather and Environmental
Media Release: Metservice New Zealand

High pressure is the theme for the first week of the school holidays, and the lead up to Easter. This means that weather will be generally settled for most places. Much of the country is already seeing sunshine on Monday, though cloud and the odd...
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Warm weather set to continue

Posted 5 March 2019 by Gold FM in Weather and Environmental

“High pressure bloating over the country this week helps to keep conditions calm and clear,” MetService meteorologist Tui McInnes explains, “allowing temperatures to warm up during the day with places in the Canterbury Plains and Central Otago...
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High Pressure Clings on

Posted 4 February 2019 by Gold FM in Weather

MetService are forecasting that a ridge of high pressure clings on to bring fine and settled conditions to most parts of the country as we begin this week.A heavy rain warning has been issued for Fiordland from Monday evening into Tuesday...
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Campers evacuated from Waihi Beach

Posted 23 December 2018 by Gold FM in Weather and Environmental

The Waihi Beach RSA opened their doors to holidaymakers who were flooded out at the Waihi Beach Top 10 Holiday Resort at about 3 am this morning. Concerns a nearby creek might overflow prompted the evacuation of campsites in the lower part of the...
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An Assortment Box of Festive Weather

Posted 23 December 2018 by Gold FM in Weather

Periods of rain have set in over the upper North Island with considerable rainfall totals already recorded in the gauges overnight. Over 100mm was recorded at multiple gauges in southern Coromandel as a band of heavy rain moved over the region,...
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