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Sunday’s national forecast

A weak sub tropical low lies just to the north east of New Zealand while a storm churns south of NZ in the Southern Ocean – over the country itself a narrow bridge of high pressure should keep both systems mostly offshore and bring a fairly settled day for most.

Light winds in many areas with coastal breezes picking up. Dry for most. Cloudiest weather likely in the south and south west and around East Cape / Gisborne. 
Highs: 17 to 24

Rain moves into Fiordland due to a big low well south of the country. Patchy rain or showers will spread into Southland and perhaps a shower or two in some parts further up the West Coast and Otago. Dry elsewhere. Warmest in Canterbury and the upper South Island.
Highs: 14 to 24



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