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Dry and settled tomorrow for most

Unless you are on southern or western parts of the Mainland, you can expect to see a pretty dry day tomorrow.

High pressure centred off to our northwest will keep much of the country dry.  However, a front is expected to begin pushing onshore across the deep south tomorrow.  That could bring showers to the coastal sections of Southland tomorrow evening. Forecaster Howard Joseph says that ahead of the front, west winds will develop along the western parts of the South Island.

Mr Joseph says “It’s that onshore flow that could spark some showers tomorrow afternoon lasting into tomorrow evening.  However, most of the afternoon activity should be confined to Fiordland.  By late evening, a few showers may make their way north into Westland.”

The rest of the country is looking dry and settled tomorrow.  Temperatures should generally be warmer than what was seen today.  A few spots may even crack the 25 degree mark tomorrow including Christchurch and Hamilton.

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