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A mild one before the weekend – The Big Picture on Thursday

Thursday is looking fairly calm, settled and mild for most of the country – as high June temperatures continue for many areas – particularly in the east.

An anticyclone in the Tasman Sea stretches a ridge over most of the North Island, while the South Island has a northwesterly airflow.
Cloudy areas stick around on the West Coast of the North Island, with the chance of a shower, while elsewhere in the North Island it’s mainly sunny, with light winds.

For the South Island, it’s mostly cloudy on the West Coast, along with the odd light shower – mainly in South Westland & Fiordland.
Elsewhere over the South Island, mostly sunny conditions prevail, with winds tending northerly or northwest in most cases.
A mild and relatively warm day for eastern regions of the country.

– Aaron Wilkinson & Drew Chappell,


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