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Rain headed for the Mainland tomorrow

A few showers are expected about the West Coast and the deep south tomorrow.  A piece of energy out over the Tasman Sea will move toward the country tomorrow and help unsettle the weather for South Islanders.

North Islanders may also see some rain, but only those in the far north.  Northland should see some showers move in toward sunset.

For the rest of the country, settled weather is expected for tomorrow.  Don’t look for a lot of sunshine.  Plenty of clouds are likely across much of the country.  The only exception is the lower half of the North Island where sunshine should be abundant.  The upper South Island could start the day fairly sunny, but clouds should bubble as we had into the afternoon hours.

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By Analyst Howard Joseph


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