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Monday night’s national forecast

A ridge holds onto most of the North Island tonight bringing mainly settled weather, some cloud does gradually move into western regions overnight. For the South Island expect a northwesterly airflow with rain on the West Coast, dry out east with increasing high cloud.

Auckland & Northland
Mainly clear skies with some high cloud developing overnight, light north to northeasterly winds.
Tonight’s Lows: 5-6

Bay Of Plenty

Mainly clear skies, some high cloud possible towards dawn tomorrow. Light winds.
Tonight’s Low: 4

Waikato & Central North Island

Mainly clear skies tonight, light winds. There may be some cloud towards
dawn especially the Waikato.
Tonight’s Lows: -1-1

Eastern North Island

Mainly clear skies, light winds. Light frosts for some.
Tonight’s Lows: 0-3


Clear skies this evening, cloud moves in overnight. North to northeasterly
Tonight’s Lows: 6-7

Western North Island

Clear spells with light winds.
Tonight’s Low: 2


Mostly cloudy with northerly winds.
Tonight’s Low: 9


Cloud increasing this evening and overnight, showers towards dawn tomorrow.
Northerly winds.
Tonight’s Lows: 6-7


Mainly clear skies, some high cloud moves in overnight. Northwesterly
Tonight’s Lows: 5-6


Areas of high cloud developing later this evening, easterlies near the
coast ease this evening. Northwesterlies may freshen up a little about inland
Tonight’s Lows: 5-6

West Coast

Cloudy with showers then overnight rain. Increasing northeasterlies.
Tonight’s Lows: 8-9

Coastal Otago

High cloud increases this evening, northeasterly winds.
Tonight’s Low: 7

Central Otago

Plenty of high cloud, north to northwesterly winds. Brief rain at times
west of the Southern Lakes area, mainly dry further east.
Tonight’s Low: 4


High cloud with northerly winds, chance spot of rain.
Tonight’s Lows: 6

Homepage image / Zelda Wynn

By Weather Analyst Aaron Wilkinson –


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