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A few pesky showers – The Big Picture on Wednesday

A ridge sits over the North Island, while a northwesterly airflow develops over the South Island – resulting in largely fine weather for New Zealand midweek.

It’s looking mostly sunny for much of the North Island, with light winds and a few pesky showers hanging around Gisborne till evening, then clearing away.

For the South Island, it’s mostly sunny out east, while some high cloud moves into Otago and then Canterbury later in the day.
On the West Coast we have sunny areas and increasing cloud, while there’s drizzle about Fiordland from afternoon then rain there overnight.
East to northeasterly winds blow along the east coast of the South Island, while west to northwesterly winds elsewhere become a bit breezy – in Southland late afternoon and into the evening.

– Aaron Wilkinson & Drew Chappell,


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