Auckland, NZ heading for driest quarter in more than 50 years

The elites’ Endgame is centring around a manufactured drought in NZ by the looks of it?

Auckland is headed for the driest three months since records began more than 50 years ago.

Companies supplying tank water to rural areas around the city say the past few weeks have been the busiest they can remember.

Niwa climate scientist Georgina Griffiths said 56mm of rain had fallen so far this year, the lowest of any three-month period in Auckland.

“There’s no question we’re going to break the three-month dry record … The next lowest was in 1974 for that same period and it had 68ml, so we’ve still got 12ml to go in one week.”

Although a splash of rain this week has helped fill people’s water tanks, Ms Griffiths said it was unlikely to stave off a record-dry period.

“The highs are hanging around Auckland/Northland latitude … in the Tasman and not really letting any [rain] in. This [week] is the first of the fronts that we’ve seen that have produced anything, really, in three months,” she said.

While gardeners struggle to keep their vegetables healthy, tank water suppliers are experiencing a boom in business.

Gary Taylor of North Harbour Water Services, who delivers to rural areas north of Albany, said the past six weeks had been the busiest in his 13 years in business.

Keren Guy of A1 Water, near Helensville, said her company was the busiest it had been since opening 3 years ago. Drivers were working late into the night to keep up.

Ms Guy said some people were so desperate, they were coming to the office to collect small containers of water for cooking until they could get a full delivery a day later.

Waiheke water supplier Tom McDaniel said the number of water trucks working on the island had risen dramatically in the past three years.

Ms Griffiths said that the past two months were exceptionally dry even looking back at Auckland weather records dating from before 1959.

“You would never have had, at this time of year or any time of year, two months in a row this dry.”

Auckland’s last very dry spell in 1993-4 sparked the 1994 water crisis, when residents were asked to cut down on water use.

But Ms Griffiths said that year was the third dry year in a row – this time Auckland is in a better position because 2008 was very wet.

Watercare Services said city water supplies were near normal and it would be a problem only if winter was very dry, which Ms Griffiths said was unlikely.

Less than 10ml of rain fell in the Auckland region in February, 5-10 per cent of normal. Up until 9am yesterday there was 7ml of rain in March, about 9 per cent of normal says little to no rain is expected in Auckland for the next 10 days with only a risk of showers around Tuesday and Wednesday next week.


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One Response to Auckland, NZ heading for driest quarter in more than 50 years

  1. Clare Swinney says:

    A friend who lives in Auckland sent this interesting message today:
    It is so paradoxical that Northland should have water shortages when it is supposed to be semi-tropical not a desert!
    We have had water games here in Ak. One year there was supposed to be a drought but the rainfall numbers stats don’t show it. But we told to conserve water because of an imagined shortage. I found out later that a guy walking in the Waitakere Ranges came across one of our water resevoirs that was being emptied out and there were security guards around it to stop people finding out. The shortage was artificially created. Why? Because the council wanted to sell the idea of piping water from the Waikato River into Ak. Of course there is making the pipes and laying them and decontaminating the water because of dairy farm effluent etc. Our Waitakere damns hold plenty of water but here we were
    conned into some new scheme.
    It is always very hot and dry for a couple of months in Ak and I have to water
    the garden using my tanks that collect rainwater. I don’t get to empty all of them now as we have less in garden but they fill up quickly with what little rain there is.
    The thing I am more concerned about is the contamination of the aquefor. Drugs
    are finding their way into the water cycle and other undesirable things. What do we do then when there is no longer a source of clean water. Our once clean
    mountain streams now have didymo and other parasites. …..
    Tesla and Reich both presented us with answers to lack of rainfall and we ain’t using those solutions….funny eh!
    regards, Claude

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