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Monday’s national forecast – Humidity increasing in the north

High pressure brings mainly settled weather to New Zealand today however it is cloudy in the north and east thanks to a northeasterly airflow making it’s way down from the subtropics, this being helped along by a low dropping into the Tasman Sea. Conditions about the upper North Island will feel increasingly humid today.

North Island

Mostly cloudy in the north and east with the odd shower or drizzle patch, there may be some rain overnight for places north of the Waikato. Drier and warmer in the southwest although expect some high cloud. Winds from the northeast.

South Island

Mostly cloudy in the east with the odd drizzle patch from Otago Peninsula up through to southern Marlborough, inland areas may break to sun this afternoon. The West Coast is mostly sunny but expect some high cloud especially the further north you go. Winds are mostly light tending onshore this afternoon, east to northeasterly winds down the east coast become a little breezy though after midday.

Map shows: Combined Total Precipitation (mm) in 6 hour segments from time listed and Pressure Reduced to Mean Sea Level (hPa).
Map shows: Maximum Temperature (°c) in the afternoon of the day shown.


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