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Most of New Zealand in for a repeat on Friday

We’ve seen a large high pressure system produce clear skies and frosty conditions overnight around the country this week, after a wet start for some places – and Friday sees a west to northwest airflow start to build.

This means cloud on the West Coast of the South Island and western parts of the north – with some late rain moving into South Westland.

Eastern parts of both islands are shaping up nicely – with more calm, settled weather and a typical northwest weather pattern ahead of a front coming through on the weekend.

Check out more details and a longer term forecast with Philip Duncan, here.

– Aaron Wilkinson & Drew Chappell,

– Photo: Rachel Amyes


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