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Monday’s weather outlook

An anticyclone lies over most of New Zealand on Monday providing mainly settled weather.

Mainly settled for most of New Zealand on Monday however there will be plenty of low cloud trapped under this high and this mostly affects western regions. So for the western North Island on Monday expect plenty of cloudy areas during the day, there may even be a light shower or two otherwise it’s looking mainly dry. Winds will be from the west or southwest. Conditions for the eastern North Island are looking nice and sunny tomorrow however a shower or two and some cloud may affect East Cape.

Temperatures are looking to be in the high teens or perhaps early twenties for Hawkes Bay and Gisborne, Bay Of Plenty and Auckland northwards. Most other regions see highs in the mid teens.

For the South Island conditions are looking mostly cloudy along the West Coast, there may be a light shower or two about otherwise mainly dry. Winds from the west or southwest. Southland and Otago has sunny areas and some cloud at times, elsewhere for the South Island has sunny weather with afternoon onshore winds near the coast.

Temperature reaching into the mid to high teens from Southland through to Nelson in the east, low to mid teens out west.

Image – Monday 23rd April 3:00pm MSLP / Rain map –


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