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Monday’s weather outlook

A ridge of high pressure pushes onto the South Island tomorrow meanwhile a keen southerly airflow further north gradually eases during the day.

For the South Island conditions are mostly sunny for a majority of regions however some morning cloud for Canterbury and Marlborough may bring a brief early showers then clearing to a mostly sunny afternoon, winds from the southwest ease. Southland and coastal Otago may see some morning cloud also then becoming mostly sunny. A touch of high cloud for the lower South Island from afternoon. Expect a frosty start for inland parts of the South Island also.

For the eastern North Island we see rain, heavy falls about Hawkes Bay and Gisborne then easing in the morning to the odd remaining shower by afternoon. Early rain for the western North Island (Taranaki through to Wellington) eases to the odd shower then mostly clearing in the afternoon. Early morning rain for Waikato eases to a few showers then clearing, clearing Bay Of Plenty in the afternoon. Showers clearing Auckland in the morning and further north in the afternoon as southwesterly winds change to the south.

Once areas of rain or showers clear expect sun to break through.

Max temperatures for tomorrow

By Weather Analyst Aaron Wilkinson –


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