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Monday Newsfeed: High pressure crosses NZ – but brings a few showers

Milder weather will move into NZ to start this week as high pressure crosses the country, shifting winds from the southerly quarter to the northerly quarter.

Tuesday will be milder but Monday night/Tuesday morning will still be cold. Frosts aren’t as likely over the next few days but some higher elevation, inland, areas of both main islands have some risk, mainly around the Southern Alps.

High pressure zones in the darker months can often drag in a fair bit of cloud and a few isolated showers to some western areas, but generally speaking most of the country is dry over Monday and Tuesday.


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