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Another settled day tomorrow

Sunday is looking dry and settled for most of New Zealand.  That is thanks to a ridge of high pressure centred off to our northeast.

About the only area that can expect to get wet tomorrow is Fiordland.  During the evening a few showers may pop up over Southland and Otago, but chances are very small.

That chance for showers will be develop in response to a new front that is expected to push onshore across the deep south early Monday.  That will bring a better chance for rain to west and south of the Mainland on Monday.

Getting back to tomorrow though, aside from the rain chances mentioned above, everyone can expect a dry day.  There will be a lot of sunshine mixed with a fair amount of clouds.  Temperatures will topping out in the mid and upper 20s along the eastern sections of the South Island as well as Wairarapa, Hawkes Bay and Gisborne.

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By Howard Joseph,


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