Yet another ruined week ahead 20-25th

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Yet another ruined week ahead 20-25th

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With the Summer Solstice just ahead on the 22nd, the weather hasn't been as crap all year with very heavy rain is expected for northern districts on tuesday morning (around 23mm in Auckland alone) Followed by squally showers and thunderstorms and then disturbed westerlies effecting most of New Zealand. A high should move in on the North Island clearing showers on xmas day with rain developing in the south...

When will it end :roll:
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Cant complain with so many Thunderstorms around i really dont mind abit of bad weather,
I bet if it was settled weather with no thunderstorms etc, you would complain aswel
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Not me :!:
03 Stormchaser wrote: I bet if it was settled weather with no thunderstorms etc, you would complain aswel
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Yet another cold outbreak is expected for Thursday and Friday, but this time west/southwesterly not southerly.
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GFS and GASP show isobars from high latitudes curving around a low (to the southeast of South Island) and onto NZ about Thursday, but no 540 thickness line. :?
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Met Service have forecast Moderate chance of thunderstorms in Canterbury,Nelson,and Taranaki to Northland for Tuesday.
Looks like 10-20mm an hour in Canterbury with 5-15mm in diamter of hail and 5-10mm in diamter for Nelson heavy rains possably might be accompanied by thunderstorms over the top of NI.
And although it's not on Met Service thunderstorm/ convection warnigs yet Wednesday looks like TS in forecast for Canterbury north to Nelson and the north of the north island.
Hmm two days in a row wouldn't mind that early xmas pressie lol.
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That Front in the mid Tasman has a line of Thunderstorms with it this Evening, it's due here around sunrise tomorrow.
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Stopped raining here and fine breaks developing :)

The weather looks really awful after 27th December ](*,)
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Rain, rain, rain...

yup, thats all
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Dream about the tropics they have continual summer ;)
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Looks like the week after Christmas , well 'twixt Christmas may be ruined as well...by boring weather - YAWN.
I have no thunderstorm perdictions out like I did for this week as I cannot find any stimulant in the forecoming weather :-({|=
Have to watch the MetService Thunderstorm/Severe Weather in the meanwhilst :)
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had a real close lightning strike this morning while i was milking cows....lit up the whole cowshed pit......the thunder was only 1 second away!
rickys ligthning detector shows it pretty darn close....i think it was a bit closer than that
a big cb over auckland at the moment too

good rain too..the drought is breaking....great xmas present for the farmers!
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There's a world above 300m!!! The cloud has lifted (only to about 500m)and there's none of that wet stuff falling. Not much rain, but just always about.

More coming though... :cry: Hope Santa has his Swandri
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Bucketing down in central Chch for about the last 20 minutes. We had another heavy shower overnight. I'm flying up to Auckland this afternoon (for a few weeks) - probably similar weather up there, but no doubt warmer than the 11c we have here.
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tich wrote:Bucketing down in central Chch for about the last 20 minutes. We had another heavy shower overnight. I'm flying up to Auckland this afternoon (for a few weeks) - probably similar weather up there, but no doubt warmer than the 11c we have here.
Latest maps/forecasts suggest warm conditions on monday and tuesday with NORTHERLIES, temps near 22c :shock:
Then HEAVY, THUNDERY RAIN on Wed :twisted:

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GALEFORCE SW NOW HERE WITH DRIVING RAIN :cry: :x :( :evil:
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we have had rain here in chch for the last 8 days!! When will it end!
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