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Sunday’s national forecast

An anticyclone lies over the South Island today bringing mainly settled conditions. Ex tropical cyclone Evan sits just north of Northland dragging cloud over the North Island and some rain about northeastern coastlines.

Upper North Island

Cloudy and humid with southeasterly breezes a bit brisk at times mainly out east, some rain north of Coromandel mainly in the east. About Gisborne expect showers. Rain may become a little more widespread overnight.
HIGHS: 24-27, 21 in Gisborne

Lower North Island

High cloud for most, winds from the east on the east coast and tending southerly in the west. The odd shower may affect Hawkes Bay but generally dry elsewhere.
HIGHS: 26-28 in the west, 23-25 on the east coast and about Wellington.

Upper South Island

Areas of cloud morning and night with sunny breaks by day, winds generally light tending easterly in the east and southwesterly in the west.
HIGHS: 19-20 on the West Coast. Low 23-25 for Nelson, Canterbury and Marlborough.

Lower South Island

Mostly sunny weather can be expected with some cloud about coastal areas mainly morning and night. Westerlies a little breezy about the Southland coastline. There may also be some drizzle in southern parts of Fiordland.
HIGHS: 18-22 , mid 20’s inland


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