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Monday night’s national forecast

A low pressure system brews out to the west of the country moving ever so slightly closer overnight, a few showers move into the far north. Cloud will gradually start to increase for most regions later in the night or towards dawn tomorrow. Still, this period of calm could lead to more fog overnight for some.

Northland, Auckland, Waikato
Clear spells and some cloud with light winds tending northerly or northeast, a few showers slip down over Northland mainly out east later this evening and towards eastern Auckland / Coromandel around dawn tomorrow. A few areas of fog could develop about Auckland and the Waikato overnight also.
Lows: 7-10

Central North Island & Bay Of Plenty
Clear spells, some cloud develops overnight though with fog possible. Light winds tend northeast near the coast. Low risk of a drizzle patch developing about coastal BOP overnight.
Lows: 4-10

Eastern North Island
Mainly clear, some high cloud develops overnight. Light winds.
Lows: 6-8

Wellington & Western North Island
Clear spells and some cloud, light winds tend northerly. Becoming fairly cloudy about northern Taranaki overnight with the chance of the odd shower.
Lows: 7-9

Marlborough & Nelson
Skies becoming mostly cloudy, light winds. Odd drizzle patch or shower develops about the Sounds and Nelson overnight.
Lows: 5-9

Cloudy with light easterlies, low cloud or fog possible.
Lows: 5-7

West Coast
Fairly cloudy with light northeasterlies, chance of a shower.
Lows: 8-9

Southland & Otago
Cloudy spells especially about coastal areas, clear breaks inland. Winds light tending easterly. Chance of some drizzle developing about coastal Otago.
Lows: 2-8

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