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Monday’s weather outlook

A northeasterly airflow lies over the North Island on Monday meanwhile northerlies increase over the South Island.

Some cloud for northern Auckland and Northland on Monday may bring a shower or two at times, especially in the east. Elsewhere the rest of the North Island can expect high cloud, some mid level cloud at times for the Bay Of Plenty and Taranaki through to Kapiti.

The West Coast of the South Island may see some morning sun with some high cloud, cloud thickens and lowers from afternoon with the odd shower moving in. Rain moves into South Westland overnight becoming heavy. For the east coast expect high cloud all day Banks Peninsula northwards, northeasterlies right on the coast and northerly winds inland. Northerlies spread through to the coast in the evening. South of Banks Peninsula any morning high cloud clears then mostly sunny, winds from the northeast then north to northwest winds push through in the evening.


Expect quite humid conditions for Northland, Auckland and Taranaki through to Wellington. Highs in the low to mid twenties for most of the North Island but perhaps getting into late twenties for inland parts of the southwestern North Island (Taranaki through to Wellington). Highs in the mid to late twenties for the eastern South Island, temperatures staying in the late teens or early twenties in the west.

Image: Monday 2nd March 2020 4:00pm MSLP / Rain map –


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