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Monday’s national forecast

Cloud today could make an appearance along the West Coast of the Mainland with a few drizzly showers in the south west corner possibly moving a little further north throughout the day.

That’s really the only difference from previous days for the country as we continue to bathe under anticyclonic conditions.

Sometimes these highs do deliver cloudy conditions for some areas with some outbreaks of sunshine and today even a shower could pop up across the Far North but other parts of the nation are likely to see a few clouds or glorious blue skies with just a touch of high cloud.

Overnight temperatures have again been chilly for those areas seeing a starry night but once the sun rises temperatures should climb to peak in the high teens or low 20s by early this afternoon.

Winds remain variable between calm and gentle but an easterly over the upper north could rise a little today.

Anzac Day still appears settled for three quarters of the nation with the only blips appearing to be for West Coasters over the Mainland and the chance again of a rogue shower acrossthe Far North.

Story by WeatherWatch analyst Richard Green


Guest on 22/04/2012 7:03pm

Was cloudy most of the weekend on the coast at kumara junction, bit of drizzle on both fri and sat night.

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