“Wet weather: New Zealand gets off to hot start”

New Zealanders will be celebrating the summer with a big wet weather party.

It’s a time to wear your favourite fashions and dress your favourite characters.

The country is in the midst of a new season with hot weather and some rain, and that will be celebrated in the New Zealand city of Wellington.

It starts on July 3 with the Queen’s Birthday.

The weather forecast says rain will continue through the weekend and on Monday it will get a bit drier, with the forecast for the following day being even drier.

Then the rain will end.

It will be sunny again on Monday, July 4, and then it will be cloudy and foggy.

And then it’s back to the rain again on Tuesday, July 5.

It is not too early to start dressing your favourite New Zealand characters, said Wellington’s Mayor Joe Fontana.

The city’s mayor said the weather has been a big hit.

“It’s been the best season we’ve had in a long time,” Fontana said.

“We’ve had a lot of snow, a lot more snow on the ground, so I think that’s a good sign for us.”

The city has had more than 20 inches of rain, so you may want to bring some clothes.

It gets a little bit driter on Tuesday.

It should be a lovely sunny day in Wellington.

The forecast says it will rain through the week.

A couple dressed as Batman and Superman can be seen in Wellington on July 4.

This was the last time that we had a bit of rain.

It could get a little drier on Monday.

It won’t get any worse on Tuesday or Wednesday.

On Thursday, it will still be sunny, but the temperature could be slightly below zero.

It has been one of the warmest years we’ve ever had, Fontana says.

It can get a tad bit drizzly, but I think we’ll get out and have a good time.

A Wellington couple dressed up as Batman, Superman and a penguin on July 6.

The temperature will be around -4C in Wellington, so it will probably get a wee bit drizzle.

The mayor says it’s important to keep an eye on the weather forecast.

“I think it’s good to get out there and have fun, and to have fun at the same time.”

You can’t just expect the weather to be perfect.

It’s going to be challenging at times, but it’s going also to be great.

“More than 1.5 million people will be out in the streets to celebrate the New Year.