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Sunday’s national forecast

Today you could almost split the country into 2 when it comes to temperatures with eastern and southern areas seeing temperatures below the February average whereas western and northern districts should see them pretty close to normal if not a little above in some cases.

Overhead conditions are variable over eastern districts of the North Island including Wellington with cloud and some rain along with a cooling southerly.

The northeastern part of the Mainland is likely to see some rain or showers this morning but it’s expected to dry up and brighten throughout the day.

Much of Otago and Southland should be dry although a little cool after some rain yesterday cooled and freshened things up a little.

Over western areas of the North Island some cloud could deliver a shower with a southwesterly this morning especially between New Plymouth down to Otaki but in the same breath dry areas are expected to be vast over many centres.
Auckland should escape most of any potential moisture today however as always it should never be totally discounted as the odd cloud formation could bring in a rogue shower.

Nelson and West Coasters in the South Island should see a mostly dry Sunday with just a few clouds drifting through the day possibly.

The week ahead is again for the country is set to be changeable but sunny days aren’t out of the question either.


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