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Wednesday is looking like staying settled for most of the country, as a high pressure system continues to hold sway over most of New Zealand.
The North Island can look forward to a largely sunny day, with light winds and mostly clear skies – though northwesters will pick up over Cook Strait and Wellington in the afternoon, before strengthening in the evening.
For the South Island, it’s looking like an increasing north to northwesterly windflow, with sunny areas and increasing high cloud in the east.
It should be cloudy about South Westland, with drizzle by afternoon, and rain moving in overnight – with heavy falls.
That drizzle should then push into North Westland overnight.
– Aaron Wilkinson & Drew Chappell, WeatherWatch.co.nz
– Photo: Chris Johnson
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