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Sunday’s national forecast

High pressure ‘kinda’ comes back today across parts of the country. There’s still a westerly quarter flow which is a tad warmer than the more SW flow yesterday. 

No severe weather is expected today with mainly dry weather across the nation – a few showers around Southland and perhaps early around coastal western parts of the Auckland region and Northland, but it won’t be much.

Upper North Island:
A few small light showers in the continuing SW flow will brush western Waikato and western/northern Auckland early in the day. A few showers also possible around Northland. Sunday is mostly dry in these regions though. Hottest weather in the east.
Highs: 21 to 25

Lower North Island:
Hot in the east coast with mostly sunny weather, a mix of sun and cloud elsewhere. Breezes from the West to NW.
Highs: 20 (southern and western) to 29 (mainly Hawke’s Bay to Gisborne)

Upper South Island:
Mainly Sunny with winds mainly light to breezy.
Highs: 21 to 25

Lower South Island:
Westerlies for many areas, sunny spells but clouds more likely in Southland with late showers or even patchy rain developing there.
Highs: 17 to 23

– WeatherWatch.co.nz

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