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High pressure dominates – Your Main Centre outlook on Thursday

Thursday brings high pressure, along with calm, cool conditions to start in places, and a bit of wet weather at either end of the country.

Beyond a chilly start, and some rain and showers in Northland, Southland and on the West Coast, it’s mostly clear, sunny and fine around the rest of New Zealand. 

Main Centres


Sunny and fine with northeasterlies and temperatures in the low 20s. Beautiful!


A repeat in the capital, with northwesterlies instead of northeasterlies, and sunny, clear skies – though it will be cooler, temperatures in the late teens.


East to northeast winds accompany a fine, clear and cool-to-start day, though temperatures will eventually lift up to the late teens.

– Aaron Wilkinson & Drew Chappell,

– Photo: Zelda Wynn


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