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InfoGraphic: Weekend Outlook: Things are settling down, warming up

The high that brought us a big southerly blast is today pushing further into the country – and by Sunday it will lie over New Zealand bringing settled weather.

We have a milder day today – an even warmer day tomorrow – but tonight may still be quite cold, even frosty for some.


Purple – Strong southerly winds about coastal Gisborne finally ease across today.

White – A few light snow flurries during the day for the east of the North Island to 600m, but that too is also easing and clearing by tonight.


Purple – A mainly settled day over the country as high pressure moves in from the Tasman Sea, however overnight northwesterly winds strengthen through Cook Strait.

Otherwise, nothing really to see here….have a great outdoors weekend! 🙂


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