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A calmer Thursday ahead – The Big Picture

Things calm down somewhat on Thursday, as a ridge of high pressure and a southeasterly airflow dominate conditions in both islands.

That ridge of high pressure sits over the South Island, bringing mainly settled conditions for almost everyone.
It’s looking fairly sunny and clear for most, too, although there could be some cloud about Southland – but nothing much more than that.

The North Island sits under a southeasterly airflow which eases later in the day, meaning fairly cloudy conditions on the East Coast, with the odd shower possible until evening.
Out west, conditions are mostly sunny – after any morning cloud clears away.

– Aaron Wilkinson & Drew Chappell,


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