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Monday’s national forecast – Settled and warm (+10 maps)

A ridge of high pressure lies over New Zealand today in a north to northeasterly airflow bringing mainly settled weather.

North Island

Sunny areas and some high cloud, there may be some mid level cloud about Bay Of Plenty through to Northland, more so in the morning then breaking away by midday. Overnight cloud moves back into northeastern parts of the North Island bringing a few showers. Northeasterly winds. Temperatures are warm getting into the mid to late twenties for most, possibly early thirties for some in the east.

South Island

Sunny areas and some high cloud, north to northeasterly winds. Any morning cloud in the east breaks away. Cloud thickens about South Westland overnight bringing showers. North to northeasterly winds. Hot temperatures in the east getting into the late twenties, possibly early thirties. The West Coast stays in the high teens or early twenties apart from Buller which lifts into the mid to late twenties especially inland.

Please refer to your local, hourly, 10 day forecast for more details.


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