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Monday’s national forecast

A high affects most of New Zealand today although it doesn’t mean sunny skies for all, a front slowly moves onto the lower South Island during the day bringing some rain. A trough in the Tasman Sea brings cloud and a few showers to some western North Island regions.

Northland, Auckland, Waikato & Bay Of Plenty

A mix of sun and cloud, low risk of an isolated shower late afternoon / evening about the Waikato and Bay Of Plenty. Light winds, afternoon northerlies for the Bay Of Plenty.
Highs: 23-24
Western North Island (including Central North Island)
Mostly cloudy with the odd shower or some rain at times, west to northwesterly winds.
Highs: 20-22
Eastern North Island
High cloud with north to northeasterly winds, chance of a brief shower or two late afternoon / evening.
Highs: 20-21
Cloudy areas with northerly winds – low risk of a shower.
High: 21
Marlborough & Nelson
Mostly sunny with northerly winds.
Highs: 22-27
Any morning cloud breaks to mostly sunny weather, east to northeast winds.
Highs: 22
West Coast

Cloudy areas with west to northwest winds, some rain about Fiordland.
Highs: 20-23
Southland & Otago
Areas of cloud with northwest winds, late afternoon or evening winds change southwest bringing some rain.
Highs: 21-22

By Weather Analyst Aaron Wilkinson –


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