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Supercomputer Weather: Double Whammy

The bad weather never ends it seems. Tomorrow the NOAA Supercomputer Weather model is forecasting a day of beautiful weather.

But gather ye rosebuds while you may. And certainly do not be fooled into going camping for the weekend. Come Saturday, comes torrential rain across most of the country. Come Sunday, a monster, slow moving low system with rain and wind from Invercargill to Cape Reinga. And then to top it off - come Monday, comes cyclone Ivy to Northland, the East Cape and Hawke's Bay.

Each image below shows a forecast for 6 hours of accumulated rainfall. Read it and weep…

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