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Monday’s national forecast

Skies continue to look bleak tomorrow and Wednesday over much of the country so make the most of the sunshine that’s expected to be about today.

Apart from the odd shower dotted about Auckland and Waikato and eastern areas of the North Island early this morning much of the nation should see some sunshine at some point if not for much of the day.

A cool start is underway for many areas but temperatures should rise to near normal levels if not a fraction higher by early afternoon.

Tomorrow, bitterly cold conditions are expected to hit much of the South Island with snow falling to very low levels in the east and south with some build ups of possibly of up to 15-20cm about the Canterbury foothills with the odd flurry possible down to near sea level about the coast.

Temperatures are set to nose dive rapidly tomorrow as the cold air pushes in from the south and mid-single figure highs are likely for many places exposed to the southerly outbreak.

The North Island should see rain develop over many areas tomorrow but lighter falls in eastern areas are expected.



Mike on 4/06/2012 4:12am

Hi there what are the chances of some heavy snow in methven on tues night wed day or is this storm going further north

Paul on 3/06/2012 11:35pm

How much snow should we be expecting in Dunedin?

WW Forecast Team on 4/06/2012 12:31am

Hilltop snow looks more likely and near the harbour some flurries are also possible but unsure in regards to settling as rain may take place first.



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