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Monday’s national forecast

A southeasterly airflow eases over the North Island today while a northwesterly airflow gradually starts to build over the South Island, in between we see a ridge of high pressure.

Northland, Auckland, Waikato & Bay Of Plenty
Mostly sunny after any morning cloud breaks away, south to southwesterly winds. Northland sees more frequent areas of cloud with the low risk of a shower or two in the west.
Highs: 13-15

Western North Island (including Central North Island)
Any morning cloud clears then mainly sunny with light east to southeasterly winds.
Highs: 10-13

Eastern North Island
Mostly cloudy with showers, especially right on the coastal fringes. Southerly winds.
Highs: 11-13

Any early showers clear, cloud breaks to a mostly sunny afternoon. Southerlies die out by evening.
Highs: 11-12

Marlborough & Nelson
Any early cloud clears then mainly sunny, light winds.
Highs: 11

Mostly sunny with some high cloud from afternoon after a frosty start, northeasterly winds.
High: 10

West Coast
A mix of sun and cloud, cloud will gradually increase. Rain moves into Fiordland this afternoon then pushes northwards overnight. Northeasterlies.
Highs: 9-12

Southland & Otago
Sunny areas and increasing high cloud after a frosty start, there may be a spot of rain spread from the west this evening. North to northeasterly winds.
Highs: 8-10

By Weather Analyst Aaron Wilkinson –


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