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Sunday’s national forecast

Upper North Island

Fairly cloudy with light winds, gradually tending
east to northeastely in the afternoon. Occasional showers Auckland northwards during the day.

Lower North Island

Sunny areas and some high cloud with light east to southeast winds in the west. South to southwesterly winds about Wellington and along the east coast, conditions will be mainly dry with sunny spells although a few showers could clip Wairarapa during the

Upper South Island

Sunny areas and some high cloud about Nelson, Marlborough and through to about Westport. Light south to southeast winds. Mostly sunny about Canterbury although areas of cloud increase towards
the coast, the odd coastal shower possible mainly about Banks Peninsula.

Lower South Island

Sunny in the west with southeasterly breezes and pleasant temperatures. Mostly sunny about inland parts of Otago with light winds, eastern Otago and Southland can expect cloudy spells which may
deliver the odd shower with cool southwesterlies.

By Weather Analyst Aaron Wilkinson – 


Andrew on 6/07/2014 4:47am

Anyone at WeatherWatch keen on fog in Central Otago over the next week?   Largely dormant high pressure, gentle feed of moisture from the east, high cloud weakening the sun, all in early July?

I find it a pity when probably the coldest few weeks of the year are ruined by a weak depression and cloud for days on end.  Bring back the highs over Cambell Island and South Easterlies or a gigantic high trapping plenty of cold air.

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