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Scoop Images: Supercomputer Plots Stubborn Storm

TV3 weather guru Augie Auer is predicting a big horrible mean storm for the coming 48 hours. Put away your boats. Watch out for floods and stay at home, he says.

The following are a set of NOAA supercomputer generated images showing the storm from tomorrow afternoon at six hourly intervals. The coloured lines denote rain over a six hour period. Each line is 1mm. The other lines are isobars. This looks like a very stubborn storm.

+24hrs

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+30hrs

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+36hrs

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+42hrs

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+48hrs

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+54hrs

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+60hrs

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