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11:25am, 8th February
Home > News > Tropical energy being funnelled into NZ …
It’s very wet in some places, others have drizzle and muggy humid weather.
Why is this happening?
This infographic created by WeatherWatch.co.nz explains the set up this long weekend. We may also have a similar set up next weekend.
Tropical energy from the equator is being #funnelled down to #NZ.
🔵bright blue = moisture rich tropical air (northerly quarter)
🟠orange shading = much cooler, drier, southerly quarter winds from the Southern Ocean
Heavy #rain lies where these two airflows meet (central NZ). pic.twitter.com/pcYMuPT2Bp
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