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Monday’s national forecast

Cold and snow are set to return to the South Island today.  Although the snow isn’t looking quite as intense as last week, it could still cause a few travel problems.  Snow showers will be likely down to around 200 metres for parts of higher coastal areas of Canterbury, Otago and Southland as the cold front moves through later today.

The West Coast could also see some precipitation today, although that is likely to remain in the form of rain.

Gisborne and Hawkes Bay could also see rain showers.  But those should hold off until late today or this evening.

The rest of the country is in for a mix of sun and clouds today with just a few light showers possible about Auckland.

-WeatherWatch.co.nz

 

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