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A FEW SHOWERS IN THE EAST TODAY – MOSTLY BEFORE MIDDAY
Good morning. Our Thursday will be unsettled for most, with spill over rain affecting many eastern areas in the morning (mostly south of Christchurch), before easing back into the afternoon. Rain will be intense about the Main Divide & Canterbury Headwaters through the day and our heavy rain warning remains in place until 11pm tonight.
Check into your town page for specific and moderated details, there will be contrast across the region.
Unsettled weather continues on Friday, with late showers and rain developing in the north, before spreading south and lingering into Saturday, before we see improvements on Sunday. Once again, rainfall totals will remain light and ‘hit and miss’ in nature east of the foothills.
We see a little more high pressure influence next week and potentially a few colder southerly changes, with light rain and snow for the ranges.
•Members – keep up to date with our ‘Live Weather Feed’, town pages and warnings for all the latest information.
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A prolonged northerly flow directs heavy rain through most of the week about the Main Divide & Canterbury Headwaters and milder and occasionally wet weather in the east.
Slightly more traditional weather patterns next week, with high pressure and possibly some cooler air and rain and snow chances for our local ski fields.
Please source town pages for specific details and keep up to date with our ‘Live Weather Feed’ for all the very latest information.
GENERAL TWO DAY SUMMARY FOR CANTERBURY – PLEASE CHECK YOUR TOWN FORECAST FOR MORE SPECIFIC INFORMATION
Spill over showers in the east this morning, mostly south of Christchurch. Fine spells developing further north. Heavier and significant falls about the Main Divide & Canterbury Headwaters, snow confined to higher elevations 2700m+. Rain easing in the east from evening and clearing at night/overnight. Lighter south-westerlies developing and cooler conditions. H: 11-15 L: 5-8
A fine morning. Sunny spells and high cloud. Areas of cloud increase during the afternoon, with rain creeping south at night. Light winds, tending nor-easterly about the coast. H: 14-17 L: 4-8
Source your town pages for 1-7 day forecasts for 2 7 towns across Canterbury – no computer-generated content and specific information for each town.