New Zealand Infrared Satellite/Lightning
New Zealand Satellite Notes
Cloud over western parts of New Zealand with a low and cold front is triggering patchy showers and a few storms, mainly to the north. Cloud over the east in brisk southerlies is also causing showers, mainly around Canterbury. Clearer in the deep south.
People in the Top End have sweltered through one of the hottest wet seasons on record, and can now expect a warmer-than-usual dry season, a weather expert says.
Chilly mornings and late season rainfall across NSW is in stark contrast to most of autumn.
Low-interest loans may be difficult to access, but will also help people face some difficult truths, a rural accountant says.