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Large anticyclone promises a settled rest of the week (+5 Maps)

A massive high from the west is coming New Zealand’s way and unlike the one last week which brought a lot of gloomy weather this one may be a sunnier system for most.

Weather Highlights:

  • Good weather with calm winds are expected in most part of the country after remaining showers clear tonight and early Wednesday.
  • A period of showers is possible in the eastern part of both islands during Tuesday evening due to unstable air.
  • On Tuesday night minimum temperatures in lower South Island will be significantly low. Then on Wednesday night 1-digit values in minimum temperatures will spread over the North Island.
  • Cloudiest weather next couple of days looks to be around Southland, Hawke’s Bay and Gisborne.
  • This period of good weather will persist until the weekend when a cold front and windier conditions move into the South Island on Saturday, then the North Island in a much more weakened state on Sunday.

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