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Saturday’s national forecast

A mild to warm day is expected over much of the country as an anticyclone starts to lose its battle against an incoming frontal system this weekend.

Upper North Island
Mostly sunny however a few cloudy areas are possible. generally light winds but afternoon sea breezes about the coast.Chance of cloud build ups pruding isolated showers this afternoon.Top temperatures between 18-23 degrees

Lower North Island
A dry day for this region and Saturday morning sport should be all go.Mostly sunny skies however northerlies picking up about the West Coast could see some cloudy periods at times.
Highs:16-22

Upper South Island
Cloud building fuerher along the est coast with the chance of some rain.Dry and warm over northern and eastern areas with northeasterlies along the east Coast but nor’ westers starting to build inland.
Highs:16-24

Lower South Island
Thick high cloud at times with some scattered rain possible.Heavier falls about Fiordland.Northwesterlies fading away.Mild temperatures and warmer about Central and North Otago.
Highs: 16-23

WeatherWatch.co.nz

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