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High pressure sets in once more – The Big Picture on Wednesday

A high sits over most of NZ, centred in the Tasman Sea to the west of New Zealand.

We are looking at mainly sunny weather in the east of the country, while some cloud hangs about at times in the west – but sunny areas dominate there also.
The Bay of Plenty may see cloudier skies and the chance of a light shower in the afternoon.
Northland and Auckland both see cloud build a little in the afternoon, and while it should remain dry, there is the low risk of an isolated shower developing about these regions.

In the South Island, it’s clear sailing for pretty much everyone bar the West Coast, which sees the chance of a shower – otherwise staying mostly dry and fine.

– Aaron Wilkinson & Drew Chappell,


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