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One of the driest September's on record.

Over half the locations we follow around the region recorded less than 50mm which is more than half of the 100mm that would be expected for September. The culprit was a stubborn high pressure system that kept moisture from leaving the tropics towards the North Island. The start of October will continue in the same trend but a strong La Nina in the Pacific could change the weather pattern as we draw closer to summer. Here were your local rainfall totals from the driest to wettest.


22.8 Bayswater

24.8 Chatswood

25.9 Hauraki

25.9 Matarangi

29.7 Mangawhai

30.7 Waipu

31.2 Whangaparaoa

31.8 Bucklands beach

32.0 Devonport

32.5 Herne Bay

33.2 Rothesay Bay

33.8 Albany

34.2 Takapuna

34.5 Narrow Neck

34.5 Whangarei Heads

36.0 Waiheke Island

36.1 Castor Bay

36.1 Glenfield

36.1 Milford

36.6 Orewa

37.4 Whangarei

38.1 Whangamata

38.8 Northcote

39.1 Murrays Bay

40.2 Auckland city

40.6 Beachlands

41.1 Wellsford

41.7 Stanmore Bay

42.1 Marsden Cove

43.2 Hobsonville point

43.4 Stanley Point

44.5 Ellerslie

45.0 Beach Haven

46.0 Red Beach

46.0 Torbay

47.2 Dairy Flat

48.2 Leigh

49.5 Coromandel

50.0 Henderson

50.2 Grey Lynn

50.3 Birkenhead

51.1 Greenhithe

52.8 Pauanui

53.1 Riverhead

53.9 Warkworth

54.1 Helensville

54.5 Mission Bay

54.8 Clevedon

54.8 Howick

57.4 Thames

57.9 Browns Bay

58.2 Onehunga

59.0 Castle Rock

61.7 Long Bay

65.0 Omaha

67.8 Campbells bay

67.8 Muriwai

68.8 Pukekohe

68.8 St Heliers

71.0 Redvale

71.1 Paremoremo

71.3 Great Barrier Island

71.6 Wharekawa

72.4 Hunua

73.5 Matakana

74.2 Kawau Island

82.6 Whitianga

84.1 Kaukapakapa

92.9 Waimauku

125.0 Pinnacles (Coromandel Ranges)


(Private online and MetService weather stations measured in millimetres)



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