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Saturday’s national forecast

A weak ridge of high pressure will push over much of the country today.  That means a fairly settled day can be expected for most places.

However, one region that may see some precipitation tomorrow is the western and lower parts of the South Island.  During the afternoon, a few showers could pop up as a disturbance works its way on shore.

A few rogue showers could also pop around Wellington, Wairarapa and Wanganui.  These precipitation chances will likely be confined to the morning hours.  Anything that does pop up should be light and short-lived.

The rest of the country should remain rain-free today. 


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