NIWA’s Climate Summary for October 2013

Rainfall  Considerable variations in rainfall anomalies were observed across the country.  Well below normal rainfall (less than 50 percent of October normal) throughout Northland, Auckland, Gisborne, and parts of Waikato, Bay of Plenty and Hawke’s Bay.  In contrast, well above normal rainfall (more than 150 percent of October normal) near and west of the Southern Alps, and in parts of Southland, Central Otago and Tasman.
Temperature Near average temperatures (within 0.5°C of October average) recorded in western and southern parts of Southland and Otago, the Canterbury High Country, Westland, northwest Tasman, northern Taranaki, and northern parts of Waikato, Auckland and Northland.  Above average temperatures (0.5-1.2°C above October average) throughout most remaining areas of New Zealand, with well above average temperatures (more than 1.2°C above October average) recorded in parts of Hawke’s Bay and north Canterbury near Kaikoura.
Soil moisture As at 1 November 2013, soils were drier than normal in north-eastern parts of New Zealand, especially about Northland, northern Auckland and coastal Bay of Plenty.  Soils were wetter than normal about eastern Southland and Otago, the Southern Lakes, northern Canterbury and Whanganui.
Sunshine A very sunny month for Northland, Gisborne, Hawke’s Bay and mid-Canterbury (well above normal sunshine totals, more than 125% of October normal).  Above normal sunshine (110-125 percent of normal October sunshine) throughout central parts of the North Island, Bay of Plenty and northern Auckland.  Below normal sunshine (75-90 percent of normal October sunshine) for the northwest and southwest of the South Island.




Related: Mass Of Aerosol Trails In Parallel Over Whangarei on October 22, 2013

Presentation About Chemtrails To Audience Of About 150 On Pecha Kucha Night in Whangarei, June 12, 2013

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2 Responses to NIWA’s Climate Summary for October 2013

  1. Virginia says:

    But well above rainfall figures for the Tasman/Nelson district, which seems to see the majority of chemtrail spraying in NZ. How does that work?

    • According to Scott Stevens of Weatherwars.Info chemtrails are used for weather engineering purposes. Check out his videos and his website. He has done some excellent work.
      I don’t think one can state that Tasman/Nelson seem to see the “majority” of chemtrail spraying, as photos from ‘Chemtrails over NZ’ on Facebook show that all regions thoughout the country are seeing chemtrails, so to state that one region is seeing the “majority,” in other words over 50% of chemtrails sprayed over New Zealand, I very much doubt that would be correct.

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