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Sunday’s national forecast

The cold southerly will fade further today with temperatures slowly bouncing back up. Overnight lows will still be down though with frosts possible again overnight tonight for some inland sheltered areas.

An enormous high pressure system is building in the Tasman Sea.

Southerly quarter winds continue today and may still be brisk in exposed eastern parts of both islands and around Wellington and Cook Strait. A period of showers moves up the east coast of both islands across the day. There may be a few isolated showers in the western and upper North Island too.
Highs: 11 to 18




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