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Saturday’s national forecast

Saturday sees an easing of a band of rain thatfell yesterday and overnight in many places to a few showers, although one or two could be heavy, but lengthy dry spells are part of today’s menu.

The far southeast corner of the country might be the exception to the rule with scattered rain off and on throughout the day.

A low is the main influence of our weather during the weekend and early to mid week with changeable conditions expected from time to time.

Temperatures are average to a little above across northern regions but are certainly on the cool side across the south.

Frosts have remained well away and are likely to continue in that vein as the low lurks over the country for a time.

Tomorrow looks wetter as a whole compared to today with eastern areas seeing the best of the dry conditions but some late rain could mover over eastern Mainland districts with fog possibly starting the day.



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