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Monday’s national forecast – High pressure expanding, heat rising (+7 Maps)

High pressure is moving in from the Tasman Sea and will dominate New Zealand for most of this week.

The anticyclone will bring hot weather to the South Island with temperatures jumping today (and going even higher on Tuesday).

New Zealand looks entirely dry today – or perhaps one isolated light shower remaining in the fading southerly quarter flow.

To see how high temperatures will be getting in your part of NZ today, see the HOURLY details in your hyper-local forecast.

12 Noon Monday


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