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It’s looking settled across New Zealand today.  Plenty of sunshine is expected for just about everyone.  There will be a fair amount of clouds for the Hawkes Bay and Gisborne to start with.  But by these should clear out as we get into the afternoon.

Northland and Southland could also see a fair amount of clouds today.  The clouds may be a bit more persistent there, especially Northland.  But, don’t expect any precipitation to fall from them.

Highs today will be in the mid and upper teens.  A few 20s will be possible, mainly for Waikato, Auckland and Bay of Plenty.

Tomorrow, things become unsettled again as a potent Tasmanian low starts to bring wind and rain ashore.  The north-western mainland will be the first to feel early tomorrow morning.  By midday tomorrow, much of the country should see a chance for rain and increasing winds.

The low looks keen to stick around through Tuesday as well.

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By Weather Analyst Howard Joseph 


Zelda Wynn on 6/10/2012 8:16pm

There has been some magnificent dark skies West & North of sunny New Lynn this morning providing a great background for spring budding tree images. Good cool breeze blowing from West.

sw on 6/10/2012 7:28pm

Still rather iffy out my window.

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