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Monday night’s national forecast

A complex low pressure system lies over the country tonight, conditions will ease for some although heavy rain is still expected through much of the night about coastal Otago. Heavy falls could also affect northern parts of Taranaki and eastern Bay Of Plenty.

Northland, Auckland & Waikato
Cloudy spells with light winds from the northwest. The odd shower at times mainly in the west.
Lows tonight: 9-11

Central North Island, Bay Of Plenty
Showers at times with north to northwest breezes, some areas may experience long dry spells also. The first half of the night may be marked by a few heavy downpours about eastern Bay Of Plenty then easing before dawn.
Lows tonight: 10-13

Eastern North Island
Plenty of high cloud with light winds, some rain spilling into Wairarapa at times and clearing before dawn tomorrow.
Lows tonight: 12-13

Western North Island
Showers, potentially heavy at times especially about northern Taranaki. North to northwest winds.
Lows tonight: 11-12

Cloudy with northerly breezes, showers, possibly heavy at times ease late evening or overnight becoming few and far between.
Low tonight: 12

Marlborough & Nelson
Remaining showers clear this evening then clear spells develop, light winds.
Lows tonight: 7-8

Rain about Mid and South Canterbury eases overnight to clear tomorrow morning. Further north expect remaining showers to clear this evening then some cloud will hang about during the night with light winds.
Lows tonight: 5-6

West Coast
Mainly dry tonight although Buller can expect the odd shower, expect plenty of cloud. Light winds.
Lows tonight: 7-8

Southland, Otago
Cloudy with patchy areas of rain, heavy about coastal Otago. East to southeast winds.
Low tonight: 3-8

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