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Saturday’s national forecast

A frontal boundary will work its way up the Mainland today.  Along the western side of the island that front should help to kick off a few showers, starting over Fiordland this morning and then working its way north was we go throughout the day.

Things will also be a bit windy around this front, especially in the higher elevations.

The North Island is looking dry and settled today.

Upper North Island

Mainly sunny skies with a few clouds.  Breezy westerlies.  Highs: 22-26.

Lower North Island

A mix of sun and clouds with breezy westerlies.  Highs 20-24

Upper South Island

Gradually increasing clouds in the west with showers possible from afternoon.  A mix of sun and clouds in the east.  Highs 20-23 in the east, 25-28 in the west

Lower South Island

Cloudy with showers through afternoon, mainly in the lower and western regions.  Breezy.  Highs 16-20.


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