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Otago Daily Times
Winter makes presence felton the hills about Dunedin, down to 200m, as polar air whipped across the lower
Winter makes presence felt
Otago Daily Times / Posted 3 days ago
on the hills about Dunedin, down to 200m, as polar air whipped across the lower South Island, WeatherWatch head analyst Philip Duncan said. The air temperature in Dunedin at 3pm yesterday was between zero and 3degC, and wind chills were as... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
T-shirt weather for a day, then back to woollies21C could be reached in parts of Auckland, Waikato and Northland today as long
T-shirt weather for a day, then back to woollies
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 days ago
21C could be reached in parts of Auckland, Waikato and Northland today as long as the sun comes out, WeatherWatch analyst Philip Duncan said. "Saturday will be unseasonably warm across most of the North Island due to a subtropic wind flow coming... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Warm, wet, windy weekend weather aheadcould be reached in parts of Auckland, Waikato and Northland tomorrow as long a
Warm, wet, windy weekend weather ahead
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 days ago
could be reached in parts of Auckland, Waikato and Northland tomorrow as long as the sun comes out, WeatherWatch analyst Philip Duncan said. "Saturday will be unseasonably warm across most of the North Island due to a sub-tropic wind flow coming... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Police urge motorists to take care with wild weather forecast this weekendRd area and in fact on all roads in New Zealand and just drive to the condition
Police urge motorists to take care with wild weather forecast this weekend
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 days ago
Rd area and in fact on all roads in New Zealand and just drive to the conditions." The forecast:Weather Watch analyst Philip Duncan says it's going to be wet in the west this weekend, with heavy rain in and strong wind in many parts of the... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Record temperatures, gales possible over weekendthe North Island's east coast will scoop up subtropical air, pushing it down ov
Record temperatures, gales possible over weekend
Otago Daily Times / Posted 6 days ago
the North Island's east coast will scoop up subtropical air, pushing it down over northern areas on Friday. Head analyst Philip Duncan said although the end of July was typically the coldest time of the year, it would be unseasonably warm for... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Warm winter weather across countrythe North Island's east coast would scoop up subtropical air, pushing it down o
Warm winter weather across country
Otago Daily Times / Posted 7 days ago
the North Island's east coast would scoop up subtropical air, pushing it down over northern areas on Friday. Head analyst Philip Duncan said although the end of July was typically the coldest time of the year, it would be unseasonably warm for... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Warm spell for weekendthe North Island's east coast would scoop up subtropical air, pushing it down o
Warm spell for weekend
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 7 days ago
the North Island's east coast would scoop up subtropical air, pushing it down over northern areas on Friday. Head analyst Philip Duncan said although the end of July was typically the coldest time of the year, it would be unseasonably warm for... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
'Balls of fire' light up skyGilmore said the only other such case in Southern skies he knew of happened abo
'Balls of fire' light up sky
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 days ago
Gilmore said the only other such case in Southern skies he knew of happened about 10 years ago. WeatherWatch head analyst Philip Duncan said after viewing video footage, he too no longer thought it was a meteor. "It seemed quite slow-moving.... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Dial stuck on cold ... ishto persist into August. Photo / Jason Oxenham Welcome to "sprinter". That's t
Dial stuck on cold ... ish
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 days ago
to persist into August. Photo / Jason Oxenham Welcome to "sprinter". That's the term that WeatherWatch.co.nz analyst Philip Duncan has used to brand this winter, which is blurring the boundaries with spring because of its milder... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
'Balls of fire' light up skyand was leaving a smoke trail - which fits with something travelling much slowe
'Balls of fire' light up sky
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 days ago
and was leaving a smoke trail - which fits with something travelling much slower than a meteor. WeatherWatch head analyst Philip Duncan said after viewing video footage, he too no longer thought it was a meteor. "It seemed quite slow-moving.... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Mild winter more like 'sprinter' with westerlies in forceTakapuna Beach last month. Photo / Paul Estcourt Welcome to "sprinter". That'
Mild winter more like 'sprinter' with westerlies in force
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 8 days ago
Takapuna Beach last month. Photo / Paul Estcourt Welcome to "sprinter". That's the term that WeatherWatch.co.nz analyst Philip Duncan has used to brand this winter, which is blurring the boundaries with spring because of its milder than normal... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Cool start and end to week - with a bit of sun betweenheavy showers we've [been] seeing are likely to ease away and the afternoon is
Cool start and end to week - with a bit of sun between
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 10 days ago
heavy showers we've [been] seeing are likely to ease away and the afternoon is looking a lot drier," said weather analyst Philip Duncan. Photo / Duncan Brown Prepare for a weather sandwich this week, where a clammy period towards the end is... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Wintry blast brings snow to southern ski fieldsa belt of wind that wraps around the lower Southern Hemisphere, would cross New
Wintry blast brings snow to southern ski fields
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 13 days ago
a belt of wind that wraps around the lower Southern Hemisphere, would cross New Zealand, Weather Watch head analyst Philip Duncan said, hitting areas in the lower North Island and South Island, including Taranaki, Manawatu, Wellington and... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Snow showers, heavy rain coming our waywraps around the lower Southern Hemisphere called the roaring forties would cro
Snow showers, heavy rain coming our way
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 13 days ago
wraps around the lower Southern Hemisphere called the roaring forties would cross New Zealand, Weather Watch head analyst Philip Duncan said. Areas in the lower North Island and South Island, including Taranaki, Manawatu, Wellington and... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Lewis Hamilton wins his fourth British Grand Prix at Silverstone By Philip Duncan Press Association Sport F1 Correspondent, Silverstone Merce
Lewis Hamilton wins his fourth British Grand Prix at Silverstone
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
By Philip Duncan Press Association Sport F1 Correspondent, Silverstone Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton celebrates after the 2016 British Grand Prix at Silverstone Circuit, Towcester. PRESS... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Fog restrictions at airport liftedwould be lingering in some parts of the North Island, especially in Waikato and
Fog restrictions at airport lifted
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 21 days ago
would be lingering in some parts of the North Island, especially in Waikato and Auckland, Weather Watch head analyst Philip Duncan said. It would linger tomorrow in the eastern parts of the North Island such as Hawke's Bay. Earlier today,... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Flights grounded due to fogwould be lingering in some parts of the North Island, especially in Waikato and
Flights grounded due to fog
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 21 days ago
would be lingering in some parts of the North Island, especially in Waikato and Auckland, Weather Watch head analyst Philip Duncan said. It would linger tomorrow in the eastern parts of the North Island such as Hawke's Bay. Earlier today,... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Clear days pull us out to playgot a big low coming in from the Tasman Sea that's going to mess our weather up
Clear days pull us out to play
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 24 days ago
got a big low coming in from the Tasman Sea that's going to mess our weather up quite a bit," said WeatherWatch's Philip Duncan. "This week the first couple of days, there's really nothing too much to talk about." Overall, expect "fairly... Read more
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NZCity
Frost, cold sweeps countrythe MetService said. Even Aucklanders woke up to -2C and frost, while Rotorua
Frost, cold sweeps country
NZCity / Posted 25 days ago
the MetService said. Even Aucklanders woke up to -2C and frost, while Rotorua and Taranaki were at -3C. WeatherWatch's Philip Duncan said widespread frost across Northland meant many sub-tropical plants could be badly damaged or wiped out over... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Auckland weather bomb breaks June recordSchool in Te Atatu is expected to remain closed tomorrow after a number of its
Auckland weather bomb breaks June record
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 28 days ago
School in Te Atatu is expected to remain closed tomorrow after a number of its buildings flooded. WeatherWatch forecaster Philip Duncan said the localised rain was a result of subtropic air feeding the usual winter rain clouds over... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Balmy June heading for a recordthe Tasman bringing further rain and mild temperatures in the northern parts of
Balmy June heading for a record
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 1 months ago
the Tasman bringing further rain and mild temperatures in the northern parts of the North Island." WeatherWatch analyst Philip Duncan reckoned this month could turn out to be one of the mildest Junes on record. "Temperatures have been well... Read more

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