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Monday night’s national forecast

Northwesterlies start to build over the South Island later tonight while in the north a ridge brings mainly settled conditions, westerly winds for some about the North Island are gusty this evening however they will ease.

Auckland & Northland
Some cloud with westerly breezes, low risk of a shower about Auckland mainly in the west. Northland is expect to be dry.
Lows tonight: 8-10

Bay Of Plenty, Waikato & Central North Island
Clear spells with west to southwest breezes, chance of a shower about western parts of the Waikato and Central North Island otherwise a mainly dry night ahead.
Lows tonight: 3-7

Eastern North Island
Mainly clear skies, westerly breezes ease this evening.
Lows tonight: 6-7

Western North Island
Mainly clear skies with gusty westerly winds, some cloud develops later in the night. About northern Taranaki expect southwesterly winds with cloudy spells however.
Lows tonight: 8-9

Wellington
Clear skies with some cloud developing later in the night, northerly winds.
Lows tonight: 9-10

Nelson
Clear with some high cloud later in the night, southwesterly breezes ease this evening.
Lows tonight: 6-7

Marlborough
Mainly clear with westerly winds, some high cloud later in the night.
Lows tonight: 5-6

Canterbury
Mainly clear skies, some high cloud develops overnight. Easterlies ease off this evening.
Lows tonight: 3-4

West Coast
Mainly cloudy with the odd shower, turning to rain tomorrow morning around dawn. Westerlies tend northerly overnight.
Low tonight: 7

Coastal Otago
Clear skies, high cloud develops overnight with westerly winds tending northerly.
Lows tonight: 7-8

Southland & Central Otago
Areas of cloud increase overnight, brisk westerlies tend northwest this evening. Some rain possible by dawn.
Lows tonight: 2-7

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By Weather Analyst Aaron Wilkinson – WeatherWatch.co.nz

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