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It’s not exactly cold but the last few days of November will be cooler than the past couple of weeks, according to head weather analyst Philip Duncan. 
“A south to south easterly flow will cover the North Island while a pool of cooler air will settle under a high in the South.  It’s not going to be cold but daytime highs may be 10 or 12 degrees cooler in the nations hot spots” Duncan says, referring to places such as Marlborough, Canterbury, Hawkes Bay and Gisborne.
But for those of you who like the heat, the first week of December is looking a few degrees warmer with highs in many places making it back into the low to mid 20s.
There’ll be a weak front which may bring a few showers over the North Island during Wednesday then Thursday, but the main weather feature this week will be a strengthening southerly flow over the North Island as a high in the Tasman pushes against a deep low off East Cape. “Winds could be quite gusty on Wednesday especially in north eastern areas like Gisborne, Bay of Plenty and Auckland”.



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