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Sunday’s national forecast

We’re still in an unsettled weather pattern across the country but generally speaking there’s less going on as the country slides into a west to south west airflow.

Wettest weather looks to be in the north of the North Island and east of the South Island.

Upper North Island:
Westerly quarter winds and another day of showers tracking by and once again most look to be around the Tasman Sea and Northland and Auckland. Cooler SW winds again by the end of the day.
Highs: 14 to 16 (but around 12 in Taupo and 18 in Gisborne)

Lower North Island:
A few showers in the west, sunny spells in the east but a late southerly brings in a few showers to the east. Wellington looks fairly dry but chance of a shower with the southerlies.
Highs: 12 to 17

Upper South Island:
Some patchy rain, drizzle and showers tracking over the area. West Coast and Nelson looks to be the driest. Winds are fairly light from the SW generally.
Highs: 11 to 14, but single digits possible in Canterbury

Lower South Island:
A fairly dry day with a few showers around the southern and western coastal fringes. Mainly light westerly quarter winds. 
Highs: 4 to 8



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