Gisborne to feel Gita’s puff but that’s about all

Strong winds forecast.

Strong winds forecast.

STRONG blustery winds on Tuesday afternoon will be the only impact Gisborne will experience from ex-tropical cyclone Gita.

The remnants of the storm will mostly hit the top of the South Island.

MetService meteorologist Andy Best said Gisborne could expect strong nor-westerly winds tomorrow afternoon, with the possiblilty of gales between 63 and 75 kilometres an hour.

Unrelated to Cyclone Gita is another weather system crossing Gisborne on Thurday and Friday, which will bring southerlies, overnight lows of 13 degrees and relief from the tropical humidity of the last week.

STRONG blustery winds on Tuesday afternoon will be the only impact Gisborne will experience from ex-tropical cyclone Gita.

The remnants of the storm will mostly hit the top of the South Island.

MetService meteorologist Andy Best said Gisborne could expect strong nor-westerly winds tomorrow afternoon, with the possiblilty of gales between 63 and 75 kilometres an hour.

Unrelated to Cyclone Gita is another weather system crossing Gisborne on Thurday and Friday, which will bring southerlies, overnight lows of 13 degrees and relief from the tropical humidity of the last week.

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