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End of the week

End of the working week tomorrow and how’s it looking?

It is looking very similar to how it has been today however a low in the northern Tasman Sea will start to make it’s presence felt for upper areas of the North Island tomorrow.

Easterly breezes north of Auckland, also about the Bay of Plenty and East Cape with sunny areas and some cloud, perhaps a bit cloudier right on the eastern coastline north of Auckland. Easterlies should get a little gusty later in the day about Northland also.

Light winds for the rest of the North Island with a mostly sunny day ahead, fog patches possible again about the Waikato and Central North Island in the morning. Auckland should escape the fog tomorrow morning this time with a bit more breeze puffing through the night.

A very similar result for the South Island tomorrow as it has been today, with light winds for all. Perhaps a bit cloudier on the West Coast with drizzle patches in Fiordland once again, it should remain sunny atleast north of Westport. High cloud again out east with mid teen temperatures north of around Ashburton.

Homepage image / Friday 20th July midday rain map,

By weather analyst Aaron Wilkinson,


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