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Settled Saturday

The weather is pretty quiet across the country today as a large high remains in control.

However an approaching front moving in from the Tasman Sea means some are in for a rough few days ahead.

Across the country there’s a mix of sun and cloud today with light winds almost everywhere.  Much of the North Island is already climbing in to the mid teens this while the South Island remains cooler with only the West Coast reaching the teens so far.

However tomorrow winds will start to increase with gusty conditions spreading to most central and eastern parts of the South Island and the lower North Island.  Heavy rain is also predicted to move in to the West Coast.

The windier conditions means a milder night tomorrow night.

Next week looks largely unsettled compared to last week which has been relatively settled apart from a small low north east of New Zealand.


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