Weatherwatch.co.nz: NZ’s big dry to get bigger and drier as high pressure blocks rainmakers

Weatherwatch.co.nz

Rainmakers are definitely increasing around the New Zealand area but stubborn high pressure will continue to hold the rain clouds at sea for most (but not all) regions.

Over the next several days over 150mm of rain is forecast to fall out over the Tasman Sea, this is the biggest concentration of rain over that area so far this year – yet high pressure stuck over NZ may well keep the bulk of it offshore.

There are a couple of exceptions. The West Coast has a number of wet days ahead, but next week is looking dry there too. We may see a few more showers around the lower North Island too – but hit and miss.

More: https://www.weatherwatch.co.nz/content/nzs-big-dry-get-bigger-and-drier-high-pressure-blocks-rainmakers-7-14-day-total-rainfall-map

About Clare Swinney

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2 Responses to Weatherwatch.co.nz: NZ’s big dry to get bigger and drier as high pressure blocks rainmakers

  1. Yvonne says:

    It was an Air New Zealand plane. Oh, somehow that makes it so much worse. I wonder if it is possible to bann all international flights from passing over NZ Land until they actually are approaching the airports? NZ isn’t that wide it won’t affect Time?

    • It can drift for miles, for example refer this article regarding research conducted in the UK which states: “One chapter of the report, ‘The Fluorescent Particle Trials’, reveals how between 1955 and 1963 planes flew from north-east England to the tip of Cornwall along the south and west coasts, dropping huge amounts of zinc cadmium sulphide on the population. The chemical drifted miles inland, its fluorescence allowing the spread to be monitored. …” From: Millions were in germ war tests, https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2002/apr/21/uk.medicalscience

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