Friday, 14 March 2014


30 hours from now, the North Island sky is supposed to look like this…

…and 12 hours later, like this:

So my advice to you … is to get yourself to a well-stocked bar in good time, and then stay there for your own safety.

That’s the wisest course of action to follow.

Because weather forecasts are said to have an accuracy rate of just 60%, only marginally better than flipping a coin – so set yourself up for whichever way the way wind blows, and you’re bound to be a winner.

[Pics from MetVUW]


  1. We are popping down to Invercargill for the weekend - (why take the risk? haha!) - the Friday night jazz at Ascot park will be a wonderful way to relax.

  2. I've found Metvuw actually get it right 90% of the time. It's an excellent service.


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