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Monday to bring plenty of high cloud

Tomorrow the weather is looking fairly settled, however a low in the Tasman Sea combined with a high centred east of New Zealand brings down plenty of cloud across the country. Mainly this will come in the form of high cloud but look for areas of low cloud or fog to start the day.

Fog will form especially where high cloud breaks up tonight allowing reasonable cooling at ground level, especially about inland areas.

Winds will be mainly light tomorrow with easterlies in the
east of the county, light west to northwest winds in the west. About Fiordland there may be some drizzle develop in the evening.

And that is basically a summary of how we are looking to start the working week. Temperatures will range from 24 or
25 degrees about the upper North Island down to 19 degrees in Wellington.

Temperatures for the South Island will be 18 to 19 degrees, perhaps breaking
into the early 20’s about the top of the South Island and in the east down to

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