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Easter Monday’s national forecast

A large high drifts east away from parts of New Zealand as a number of fronts move in to the West Coast.

High pressure remains over most of the island with a similar day to Sunday, if not a little warmer. Mainly sunny, a few cloudy spells and mostly light winds. Winds around Kapiti and Wellington will increase from the North West as the days go on.
Highs: 19 to 24

High pressure slips away and a low in the Southern Ocean moves closer bringing stronger westerly winds and heavy rain to the West Coast. Rainfall totals may be over 100mm in Westland. Driest, warmest and sunniest weather in the north east, cloudiest, windiest and wettest in the south west.
Highs: 17 to the 24


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