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Monday colder than normal for half of NZ, but most of NZ colder than normal tonight (+3 Maps)

A refreshing southerly change has now spread nationwide and has dropped temperatures by a few to several below where they should be for late February. Around half of the country has a colder than normal Monday at the warmest point of the day (this afternoon) while a number of other areas have simply reset to ‘normal’.

Tonight, as winds fade further, temperatures will be below normal in almost every part of the country.

However it’s short lived – the last of the southerly fades out around Hawke’s Bay and Gisborne on Tuesday as a warmer than average westerly kicks back in over the South Island (ahead of another shorter lived cooler change moving up southern and eastern NZ from Weds to Fri).



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