Member Newsletters

The Quarterly Newsletter provides information about recent weather events with climatological summaries together with general information about the Society’s business and activities and members’ news and views.

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Weekly New Zealand weather and climate news

Hamilton lightning strikes Tue see Clips_6Dec

Hamilton: Flash flooding Sun.  see Clips_to_03 Dec

Floods underscore importance of radar  see Clips_29_Nov

Auckland deluge see Clips to 26 Nov

Twisters north and south,  Otago deluge see clips 22 Nov

South Island snow, Ashburton twister see Clips_19Nov

Early warning of a major storm see Clips to 15 Nov

Spring front forecast 30C, 300+mm, 150kph  see Clipsto 8 Nov

Wind damage in Wellington and Auckland  see Clips 5 Nov

More Tornadoes see Clips 1 Nov

Rain for the Royals  Clips 29 Oct

Sunny Labour weekend  see Clips to 25 Oct

Night of wild wind  see Clips18Oct

Interview with Mark Crompton see Clips 15 Oct

Another Olde man Southerly with wind, rain,snow see Clips_to_11Oct

SPRING newsletter + Clips to 2 Oct SPRING+clips_to_1_Oct

 

 

 

 

Remarkables by Mark Thompson

Earlier Weekly Weather News can be found here.

Quarterly Newsletters

2018

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2017

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2016

Each newsletter reviews the previous season

Newsletter 147 –  Summer

Newsletter 146 –  Spring

Newsletter 145 –  Winter

Newsletter 144 –  Autumn

 

 

2015

Each newsletter reviews the previous season

Newsletter 143 – Summer

Newsletter 142 – Spring

Newsletter 141 – Winter

Newsletter 140 – Autumn

 

 

2014

Each newsletter reviews the previous season

Newsletter 139 – Summer

Newsletter 138 – Spring

Newsletter 137 – Winter

Newsletter 136 – Autumn

 

2013

Each newsletter reviews the previous season

Newsletter 135 – Summer

Newsletter 134 – Spring

Newsletter 133 – Winter

Newsletter 132 – Autumn

 

2012

Each newsletter reviews the previous season

Newsletter 131 – Summer

Newsletter 130 – Spring

Newsletter 129 – Winter

Newsletter 128 – Autumn

 

2011

Each newsletter reviews the previous season

Newsletter 127-  Summer

Newsletter 126-     Spring

Newsletter 125-  Winter

Newsletter 124 –Autumn

2010

Each newsletter reviews the previous season

Newsletter 123 –  Summer

Newsletter 122 – Spring

Newsletter 121 – Winter

Newsletter 120 – Autumn

2009

Each newsletter reviews the previous season

Newsletter 119 – Summer

Newsletter 118 – Spring

Newsletter 117 – Winter

Newsletter 116 – Autumn