As winter draws to a close, farmers around the country are anxiously awaiting next season - and what spring has in store for us weatherwise.
We wanted to know how many of our landowners and growers were in good shape to take whatever comes next, and who needs a perfect spring to make up for lost ground this year.
What a crazy last week of winter (and last week of summer in the north), as we've had all sorts of weather to talk about, especially across the Tasman!
Australia has been battered around this winter - as snow, heavy rain, fierce winds and flooding have beset different parts of the country over the last 3 months.
The weather across New Zealand is moving in slow motion – and we have a number of low pressure systems to cross the country within the next two weeks.
The first of these lows will come in this weekend, and the next one early next week.
TV personality and comedian Te Radar brings us to the end of our winter-long 'Friends of WeatherWatch' segment. Te Radar has a huge passion for weather, nature, and generally the great outdoors, exploring our country - and our wonderful planet.
Warragamba Dam in Sydney has begun spilling following days of heavy downpours, as residents on the New South Wales south coast count the cost of flood damage.
The Sydney Catchment Authority said Warragamba Dam had begun spilling through its central gate this morning.
Another chilly start gives way to a largely calm and settled day over most of the country, with cloud building in the west and some places in for a few spots of rain or showers.
Steady rain is set to move onto the West Coast of the South Island from afternoon as a front moves, in and high pressure slips away out east.
On Friday we have high pressure over most of the country to start, which means mainly settled and clear weather.
Most regions see areas of increasing cloud - but mainly in the west, where areas of rain move into the West Coast of the South Island from afternoon.