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Monday night’s national forecast

An anticyclone brings mainly settled conditions to the country tonight, plenty of cloud for eastern regions however, slowly breaking away overnight for some.

Auckland & Northland
Cloud breaking away this evening about Auckland with southwesterlies easing, mainly clear skies overnight with light easterlies. Cloud a little more persistent about Northland.
Tonight’s Lows: 7-9

Waikato & Bay Of Plenty

Clear skies with southwesterlies easing this evening, winds tend light east to southeast overnight.
Tonight’s Lows: 5-8

Central North Island

Mainly clear skies with light winds.
Tonight’s Lows: 2-3

Eastern North Island

Cloud increases this evening with southerly winds, chance of a shower or
two later / overnight.
Tonight’s Lows: 5-6


Mainly clear skies, southeasterlies from this evening.
Tonight’s Lows: 6-7

Western North Island

Mainly clear skies with southeasterly winds easing this evening.
Tonight’s Low: 2


Cloudy areas breaking away overnight, sooutherlies ease.
Tonight’s Low: 5


Mainly clear skies this evening, a little overnight cloud. Light
Tonight’s Low: 7


Cloudy areas breaking towards dawn tomorrow, east to southeast winds ease
Tonight’s Lows: 5-6


Cloudy skies, cloud may start to break a little overnight. Drizzle patches
about the foothills clearing this evening. Southerly winds ease.
Tonight’s Low: 3

West Coast
clear skies tonight, light winds. Some cloud moves into Fiordland towards dawn

Tonight’s Low: 6

Coastal Otago

Cloud areas breaking away this evening with southwesterlies dying out,
skies becoming clear overnight.
Tonight’s Low: 3

Central Otago

Cloud starts to break away overnight, southerly winds ease this evening.
Winds tend light northerly tonight.
Tonight’s Low: 0


Cloud starts to break away overnight, southwesterlies ease this evening.
Winds tend light northwest tonight.
Tonight’s Low: 2

Homepage image / Chris Johnson 

By Weather Analyst Aaron Wilkinson – 


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