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Monday’s national forecast

Upper North Island

Areas of cloud with some sun at times, may be a light shower or two now and then also. Skies about the Bay Of Plenty may potentially be the cloudiest with the highest risk of a shower now and then. Winds from the northeast. Mild through with temperatures reaching into the mid twenties.

Lower North Island

Morning cloud along the east coast breaks to afternoon sunny spells, winds breezy from the northeast. Mostly sunny elsewhere with northerly winds although afternoon sea breezes may develop for western regions. Inland hills and ranges see isolated showers developing in the afternoon, some may become heavy with thunderstorms then clearing in the evening, especially about the Manawatu. High’s in the mid twenties. late twenties possible for inland Taranaki.

Upper South Island

Mostly sunny weather with north to northeasterly winds, any morning low cloud or fog in the east breaks away. Some cloud may build along the West Coast from afternoon bringing the chance of a drizzle patch by evening. East to northeasterly winds becoming brisk along the east coast after midday. High’s in the mid to late twenties, perhaps even early thirties about inland parts of Canterbury.

Lower South Island

Sunny areas and some high cloud, north to northeasterly winds becoming breezy about coastal Otago in the afternoon. Cloud thickens up about Fiordland from afternoon bringing the odd shower or drizzle patch. Temperatures in the mid to late twenties for most. Early to maybe even mid thirties about inland parts of Otago and Southland.


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