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Sunday’s national forecast

A large high pressure system is today parking to the east of the North Island and this will encourage several days of northerly quarter winds across the nation.

The NE air flow in the north will trigger drizzle patches, showers and even the odd downpour. 

North Island:
Nor’easters developing in most regions with cloudy areas. Overcast in central and many east to north east facing areas with drizzle, showers and some patchy rain around the North Island, especially towards the eastern side and around the ranges. Mild.
Highs: 17 to 21

South Island:
Light winds from the northerly quarter with a warm afternoon inland. Sunniest weather in the south and south east. Chance of a shower or drizzle patch in the northern ranges. Warm.
Highs: 18 to 26

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