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A cool, dry start to the week – Your Main Centre Outlook on Monday

A big bubble of high pressure has pushed away a lot of the wet weather we’ve seen over the weekend – leaving a lot of sun in its wake.

The high pressure sticks around on Monday, bringing northerly winds down in the aftermath of the low pressure that’s been affecting our weather recently – and bringing temperatures up a little – but not too much!

Main Centres

Auckland

A sunny, clear and warm(er) day for Auckland to start the new week, with a temperature in the mid teens and gentle southeast breezes for the most part.

Wellington

A similar story in the capital, with a mostly fine and sunny day with temperatures in the mid teens here too, and light easterlies during the day.

Christchurch

And the same again in Christchurch, with light northeast breezes, a mix of sun and light cloud, and temperatures getting into the early teens in the afternoon.

– Aaron Wilkinson & Drew Chappell, WeatherWatch.co.nz

– Photo: Ian Ray

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